Department of Veterans Affairs employees improperly used Yammer.com, a web-based collaboration tool to increase productivity, and introduced data security risks, according to an audit report.
The VA Office of Inspector General concluded that the relatively simple process to post to Yammer not only made VA vulnerable from user uploading, but that any current or former employee remaining active on the site had access to personally identifiable information, protected health information, and agency-sensitive information.
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