Report: LAPD data breach exposes 2,500 officer records

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July 30, 2019
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Data Breach Today

A primary reason behind the repeated attack against government agencies is the easy availability of sensitive information and poor security safeguards within these systems. In the case of the Los Angeles Police Department, a quick search on its website reveals information such as employee name and employee serial number, says Chris Morales, head of analytics at security firm Vectra.

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