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Auditor-General says 88 per cent of Victorian public hospitals need to improve IT security

by David Shi •
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Almost nine in every ten Victorian public hospitals don’t have information classification procedures in place that are adequate to protect the sensitive data they hold, the State’s Auditor-General has found.

Information security was one of the primary areas of concern raised following a financial audit of 87 Victorian public hospitals...

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