Theft of laptop owned by senior Noonan aide sparks data scare – Irish Independent

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However, only a few weeks before Kavanagh’s laptop was reported stolen in late January 2015, a senior compliance manager at the data protection watchdog had contacted senior civil servants about reports he had received of a suspected data breach involving confidential Department of Finance files.

The ODPC investigating officer’s concerns, which were forwarded by email to Liam Kilmartin, head of compliance at the Department of Finance, outlined that the data protection watchdog had received a query relating to a suspected data breach involving “the disclosure of salary details of 15 Department of Finance employees”.

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