Paula Rebstock, chairwoman of Accident Compensation Corporation, says that the organisation experienced an average of 75 privacy breaches per month in the most recent quarter, calling that number “unacceptably high,” reports The New Zealand Herald. "We have invested a very considerable amount of money, time and effort, our very best people to do these checks, but they're still missing some of the things," said Rebstock. While Rebstock expressed impatience with the organisation’s progress, she noted it was on track to meet targets set after an independent privacy review.
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