Cybersecurity challenges continue at the IRS, according to a Government Accountability Office (GAO) report. The GAO noted that, in May 2019, they’d given the IRS eight recommendations for tightening cybersecurity, and the IRS agreed with them. But a more recent look showed “inaction” on six of those issues, including having a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy and protection of sensitive data. Third-party vendors, the GAO stated, should “provide assurance that information is being protected,” noting that while the IRS has developed standards for various third-party vendors, taxpayer information “generally falls outside of these requirements.” Here’s the report: