Audit reveals Chicago State University lost equipment with sensitive data source

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Thursday, February 13, 2014

"Included in this missing equipment were 132 computers, servers, CPU's, or other electronic storage devices," Holland said. "The University did not perform a detailed assessment, and therefore was unable to determine whether the missing computers contained confidential information."

The report says six additional computers worth more than $8,000 were reported stolen, and three others were reported lost.

As with the other devices, the audit says the University was unable to determine if those computers contained sensitive information.

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