Audit identifies IT security weaknesses despite efforts to strengthen cybersecurity


A new audit out Thursday pinpointed flaws in information technology security controls despite recent efforts to strengthen state computer security.

The legislative audit found that nine out of 15 governmental agencies - 12 state and three local school districts - did not substantively comply with information technology standards and best practices in at least two of three areas audited.

The legislative auditors selected 12 state agencies based on their inherent risks and a lack of a previous audit, while . . .


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