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QLD must shift focus to securing information control systems

by Chris Huckstepp •
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A report by the Queensland Audit Office into the State’s Internal Control Systems has found significant faults relating to information security controls, putting agencies’ material at risk of unauthorised access, and opening up content to tampering and external breaches.  

The audited information systems relate to those that “initiate, record...

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