Source: New Zealand Herald, Wednesday May 3, 2017
The intelligence agency databases holding some of the most personal information about New Zealanders breached basic standards for protecting those secrets, a new report has found.
An inquiry by the Inspector General of Intelligence and Security found the lack of basic security standards was well-known for years at the NZ Security Intelligence Service.
Even though it was well-known little was done, meaning there was no formal protection for the four databases containing information about those wanting security clearances.
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