Department of Health laptop losses total £200k

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Department admits it only started encrypting devices in 2006

The Department of Health (DoH) has admitted to losing laptops worth around £200,000 over the past decade, along with hundreds of mobile phones and BlackBerrys. The Department disclosed that it had...

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