Audit Finds IT Security Flaws Still Plague Calif. Courts

Nick Cahill reports:

Despite a 2013 audit revealing significant information security flaws, the Judicial Council of California hasn’t improved its control systems and remains “unacceptably” at risk for data breaches, according to a follow-up audit.

The council’s case management records and human resources data are specifically jeopardized because of its failure to implement recommendations from the original audit, the state auditor said Thursday. The audit also criticized the council for a lack of urgency in setting a timeline for implementing better controls.

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