The cost of securing the people's privacy

Monday, 2 May 2005, 4:17 PM EST

I was recently asked to analyze a legislative bill to determine what fiscal impact it could have on our agency. In this state, it is a requirement that before a proposed bill can go before the legislature for approval, it must be distributed to all of the state agencies so that they can analyze the fiscal impact. The bill in question would force the agencies to take additional security measures, and the legislature needs to know how much they'd likely cost.

By C.J. Kelly at Computerworld.

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