Poor security blamed after school surveillance images broadcast on Russian site

So yeah, I’d say this is pretty bad.  Cassie Williams reports:

Security protocols on surveillance cameras at a Cape Breton school remain out of date, months after images of its students were unintentionally broadcast on the internet, Nova Scotia’s privacy commissioner Catherine Tully says.

Tully’s report on the matter found there were “inadequate passwords and insufficient technical controls” behind the initial breach. While passwords have been changed, Tully said the school has still not placed the streams behind a firewall or equivalent protection, and two of the cameras are no longer supported by manufacturer security updates.

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