Rebekah Cavanagh reports:
Corrections Victoria is investigating after private files of prisoners became available to a jail’s inmates in an alarming computer security breach.
The breach has raised concerns that the information — including some prisoners’ bank details and names and addresses of family contacts — could be used to stand over or threaten inmates and their families.
The details were contained in a back-up folder on the desktop of communal computers at the Beechworth Correctional Centre’s library, which are available for prisoners’ use.
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