TOPEKA | A follow-up audit on computer security at three universities in Kansas has found that few of the policy recommendations in the 2005 report have been met.
The Legislative Post Audit report released Wednesday focused on the University of Kansas, Kansas State University and Emporia State University. The audit said the policies were aimed at maintaining the security and integrity of information on computer systems.
Auditors said KU implemented just five of 33 policy recommendations from the 2005 audit, while Kansas State followed seven of 33 recommendations, and Emporia State, 28 of 41.
Members of the Legislative Post Audit Committee say they were disturbed by the universities' lack of progress, and plan to ask for follow-up reports on a quicker timeframe.