Oklahoma has recently suffered several data breaches involving lost laptops and USB flash drives.  Oklahoma is not the only state to struggle with data security, but they are one of only four states that do not have a Chief Information Officer.  With budgets shrinking, it will be interesting to see how States weigh the upfront cost of implementing encryption with the potentially higher cost of a data breach.

Tulsa World editorializes here.  An Oklahoma State Rep blogs about proposed legislation here.

Written by Kanguru — October 31, 2012

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