Maryland State Archive Internet Servers “Outdated and Vulnerable,” Auditors Find
The five electronic servers maintaining Internet communications for 30 different state agencies have an “outdated and vulnerable” operating system, auditors found in a report on the Maryland State Archives.
The Maryland State Archives also did not provide adequate control or records over the state’s $31 million art collection, the report by the legislative auditors released Tuesday said.
The State Archives provides IT services to more than 30 state agencies and departments, including a critical translation service for Internet domain names.
The auditors did not say that any disruptions to state email accounts or websites had occurred.
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