September 30, 2010 – In the last 12 months, various breaches in data security were common at state agencies, according to a survey of CIOs and IT heads at state governments and organizations held by Deloitte and the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO).

The report also revealed that unlike private enterprises, most states don’t have a central leader for the massive amounts of private information it collects. And sophistication of attacks is on a crash-course with stagnant funding and strained personnel.

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