[ZDNet] Audit finds some former WA government staff still have systems access after termination

An audit of three state government entities found none were consistently meeting all the criteria of an effective and efficient staff exit management process, with access to premises and IT systems not cancelled within 24 hours of staff leaving or, in some cases, at all.

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