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17 laptops go missing at FSA

Watchdog claims security has not been compromised

The Financial Services Authority has
admitted to losing 17 laptop PCs valued at a total of £13,000 over the last
three years.

The FSA told the Sunday
Telegraph
that security had not been compromised saying: ‘Our laptops
have tight security, so there’s no risk to security.’

The FSA also lost a number of mobile phones.

Further reading:

FSA set to change insolvency rules for insurers

FSA urges Big Four to comply with Code

FSA investigates iSoft

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