The Canadian Press

2016-01-05 | Military Security Breach

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The commander of the Royal Canadian Navy on the Atlantic coast says an alleged security breach at one of the navy's most sensitive security operations was the result of imprudence -- not malice. Rear Admiral John Newton says it appears a civilian employee improperly stored secret files on an unsecured network. (A search warrant filed in provincial court alleges the actions of a man identified only as "Mr. Zawidski" violated a section of the federal Security Information Act that deals with wrongful communication of information. None of the allegations has been proven in court and Newton said he has received no indication that charges have been laid.)

Date: 2016-01-05
Placeline: HALIFAX.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 16 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << we investigate why and how that might have occurred in and and it is not nefarious as not with malice it was imprudence of the human operator level and of course we learn from everything we look at everything we look to improve at every turn how we deal with these kind of documents >>