Information technology security controls implemented at Los Angeles International Airport have deficiencies that, if exploited, could result in the loss of confidentiality, integrity, and availability of their information technology systems, according to a new report by the Dept. of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Inspector General. The IG was investigating what went wrong when almost 20,000 passengers on flights into LAX were stranded after a computer malfunction shut down the U.S. Customs ...

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