Legal misinterpretation to blame for delay in reporting Kentucky unemployment breach

Matthew Glowicki reports:

An inspector general report has found there were “unacceptable” delays in reporting an April security breach of Kentucky’s unemployment system but that residents’ personal information doesn’t appear to have been misused.

The report primarily blames the monthlong delay in reporting the breach on current legal staff who relied on a holdover procedure from the previous administration that misinterpreted state law governing when breaches need to be reported.

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