By Scott Rothschild
The Lawrence Journal-World
February 25, 2009
Topeka - A follow-up audit to a 2005 report on computer security at
Kansas University and two other schools has found numerous policy
The Legislative Division of Post Audit report, released Wednesday, said
that few of the policy recommendations from its 2005 audit had been
fully implemented by the institutions.
The report focused on KU, Kansas State University and Emporia State
KU had implemented the fewest policy recommendations from the 2005
audit: five of 33 recommendations.
The policies were aimed at maintaining the security and integrity of
information on computer systems at the schools, the audit said. The
policies dealt with security best practices in the areas of access
controls, data controls, general controls, incident response,
operations, physical security, system development, and security
management, the report stated.
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