Hawaii Agency Criticized- For Their Password Storage

Source: Van Buren Telephone Co.

The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency (HEMA) is being criticized again- this time, for how they store their passwords. On Saturday morning, HEMA accidentally sent out an alert to all residents' cellphones, warning them of an incoming ballistic missile attack. In the days since, Twitter users have pointed out that in press photos from the HEMA headquarters, passwords scrawled on Post-it notes can be seen pasted to various computer monitors. Read the full story here: VICE

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