VIC Auditor flushes out hundreds of government IT security holes

By Paul Hemsley and Julian Bajkowski A new report from the Victorian Auditor-General’s Office (VAGO) has revealed the trigger for the Napthine government’s sweeping government-wide IT security strategy overhaul after 11 government agencies were found to be highly vulnerable to potential cyber-attacks because of “inadequate” security measures. The Victoria government last week officially signed onto […]

Victorian Community Sector Office told to improve its game

By Paul Hemsley The Victorian Auditor-General’s Office has given a mixed grade to the cooperation between the state government and community organisations through the Office of the Community Sector’s (OCS) delivery of the Victorian Government’s $13.8 million action plan designed to strengthen the capacity and long-term sustainability of community organisations. This analysis from Victorian Auditor-General […]

Victoria’s $434m crime proceeds haul cops a caning

By Julian Bajkowski Victoria’s system of confiscating money and assets from the state’s organised criminals and drug dealers has been found sorely wanting by the state’s Auditor General after a new report highlighted a raft of operational and governance shortcomings. An audit of the state’s Asset Confiscation Scheme by the Victorian Auditor General’s Office released […]


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