Sweden misplaces military secrets
Sweden's military is reeling from an embarrassing data breach, after a member of staff left a computer memory stick containing classified data on a public computer. An unidentified person gave the drive to the Swedish daily Aftonbladet which returned it to the armed forces. The military said it contained both classified and unclassified information, including material related to Nato's ISAF peace keeping force in Afghanistan, as well as an intelligence report of the attempted assassination of Lebanon's prime minister. Two of the files were classified."We take this kind of carelessness very seriously," Colonel Bengt Sandström of the country's MUST in a statement, warning that the employee who lost the drive could be sent to jail for up to six months. It is still unclear how a drive containing sensitive information crucial to the country's military ended up on a computer in a Stockholm library.
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