FBI IT systems fall short – IG report

The FBI’s technology systems still suffer from weak security planning and management and inefficient access controls, according to a Justice Department Inspector General report released Oct. 14. The inspector general also found the FBI fixed about one-fourth of the deficiencies cited in a fiscal 2001 audit on compliance with the Government Information Security Reform Act of 2000. However, the bureau still has problems with security policies, network backup and restoration controls, password management, log-on management, and system patches. Read the complete report here: http://www.usdoj.gov/oig/audit/FBI/0336/final.pdf

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