Security issues still plague Obamacare site

Rick Moran
In fact, Rep. Mike Rogers believes they are worse today than they were last week. The Hill: Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) says he's more concerned about HealthCare.gov's problems today than he was last week.  "It was very clear to me in the hearing that they don't have an overarching solid cybersecurity plan to prevent the loss of private information," he said Sunday morning on CNN's "State of the Union."  Rogers, who's chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, is also a member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee and sat in on the Thursday hearing in which the ObamaCare website contractors testified.  "I'm even more concerned today than I was last week," he said.  Host Candy Crowley asked Rogers what he thinks of Department of Health and Human Services officials saying the website will run properly by the end of November.    "This worries me a lot, Candy," he said. "The fact that they have different segments of people controlling...(Read Full Post)

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