Ca: Breach? What breach?

Peter Jackson reports:

First they said they’re looking into it. Now they’re saying nothing happened.

The day before he was cut from cabinet on March 12, former Services NL minister Tony Cornect denied there was ever a security breach at the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO).

The OCIO oversees information technology and security for the government and goverment agencies, including health boards and the police.

Their denials are challenged by the former security analyst who raised the alarm originally:

“We know that there was two-way communication between the government DNS servers and the server in the Czech Republic; therefore, messages were exchanged. We may not know the significance of these messages, but to argue that there were no messages is disingenuous.”

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