Office of Auditor General lost 120 encrypted USB drives: documents
By Canadian SecurityNews Public Sector
OTTAWA—An internal investigation at the Office of the Auditor General found that about 22 per cent of the encrypted USB drives entrusted to employees were lost, according to newly released documents.
The Toronto Star obtained a briefing note through an access to information request that details how the encrypted portable data storage devices were handled by workers at the office of the federal government watchdog, with little done to ensure information technology security measures were followed.
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