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$25000 password system could have halted SC hacking
“I almost fell out of my chair,” said S.C. Sen. Kevin Bryant, an Anderson Republican co-chairing the subcommittee. “For $25,000, we wouldn’t be here.” A computer security firm hired by the state in the wake of the September breach told senators that …
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SC Revenue’s cyber security job vacant for last year
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The chairman of a Senate panel investigating the exposure of taxpayers’ personal data says he’s upset to learn that a $25,000 purchase could have prevented the hacking. Anderson Sen. Kevin Bryant also thinks the agency’s lack of …
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Panel co-chairman Kevin Bryant of Anderson says the subcommittee’s job is to find out who’s responsible for the agency’s lax computer security. ELECTION PROTESTS. Rep. Vick, Sen. Pickney election protests denied. COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) The South …
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Hacked Agency’s Security Job Vacant for 11 Months
Kevin Bryant, R-Anderson, chairman of the special subcommittee that’s looking into the breach, says, “Why was someone not screaming from the rooftops, ‘We’ve got to fill this position’? Eleven months?” Revenue director Jim Etter, who has resigned but …
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