StateScoop: There have been “significant deficiencies” in Kentucky’s information technology, according to a report published Wednesday by Kentucky Auditor Mike Harmon that found an incomplete disaster-recovery plan and insufficient restrictions on access to computers connected to the state’s networks.
The audit, reviewing the fiscal year that ended June 30, faulted the Commonwealth Office of Technology for not communicating with other state agencies as they developed internal disaster and continuity plans.
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