OIG: The CFPB Can Improve Its Practices to Safeguard the Office of Enforcement’s Confidential Investigative Information – CFPB Report 2017-SR-C-011


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The Office of Enforcement did not timely restrict access to confidential information for reassigned or transferred personnel. In addition, the office’s labeling and storage standards were inconsistently followed and its naming conventions for investigative files were inconsistent, which could increase the risk of unauthorized disclosures. During our fieldwork, the office took steps to improve its approach to restricting access.Our report contains recommendations to address these findings.

Source: OIG: The CFPB Can Improve Its Practices to Safeguard the Office of Enforcement’s Confidential Investigative Information – CFPB Report 2017-SR-C-011

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