December 4, 2016

NASA Security Breach: NASA sells PC with restricted Space Shuttle data

NASA did not wipe sensitive agency data from computers before selling them to the public.

Kennedy Space Center in Florida – one of four NASA sites with reported weaknesses in the disposition process – cleared the release of 14 computers to the public that had failed tests to verify data had been destroyed, the report found. Of the four that remained in NASA’s possession, one contained Space Shuttle related data that was subject to export control by the International Traffic in Arms Regulations. The audit, prepared by NASA’s Inspector General, covered a 12-month period starting in June 2009.”, stated in the report published by The Register.

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