Government departments have failed to tighten data handling rules despite losing 30 million personal files in two years, it has been disclosed.
Staff are still able to copy unencrypted information from internal databases on to USB sticks, the portable memory devices that have been involved in many of the recent high-profile security breaches.
The health and transport departments—as well as the Driving and Vehicle Licensing Agency—have failed to make encryption mandatory despite the recommendations of a Cabinet Office report last year.
I cannot stress enough that these cunts couldn't give a flying fuck about your data, or your security. Do not trust them further than I could throw them (given the size of the average fat bastard MP, and the puniness of my arms, that's not very far). Roll on ID Cards, eh?
Of course, no one is surprised that the DVLA isn't using encryption—why would they need to? They'll happily sell on your data to any old cunt, in exchange for a couple of buttons and an old bit of fluff.
These fuckwits have nothing but contempt for you—and, believe me, here at The Kitchen that contempt is entirely reciprocated...