A DAMNING report ordered after two laptops containing thousands of bank details were stolen has found IT theft at Scotland's largest council was "well organised, systematic and on a significant scale".
A DAMNING report ordered after two laptops containing thousands of bank details were stolen has found IT theft at Scotland's largest council was \"well organised, systematic and on a significant scale\".
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A trawl of Glasgow City Council's IT assets has found hundreds of laptops and PCs unaccounted for and almost another 100 items reported missing in the wake of May's theft.
The laptops stolen from a third-floor office in the City Chambers contained about 17,000 bank details – including major businesses and individuals. The latest report shows that "no part of the council's desktop PC estate is encrypted".
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