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The UK HMRC third breach in security this year is the biggest. This BBC new reports holds the details.

Why are such large amounts of personal data sent around government on unencrypted CD's?

Why can't the NAO perform audits in Government departments?

Just because there is no evidence of criminal activity why aren't people getting new personal details?

This is unbelievable and criminally inexcusable. What can the Government do now to restore our confidence? Get the computer systems fixed and stop penny pinching. Software costs money. Look what happens when you don't spend it.

Posted on Tuesday, November 20, 2007 8:06 PM | Back to top


Comments on this post: Can I trust my Government with my data and expect them not to lose it?

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