I would like to clarify a June 7 story ( “AOC Blames Data Breach on Local Court” ) that mischaracterizes the reasons behind the unauthorized release of case information on public kiosks in the Sacramento court. The story has been cast as one of blame. It would be more accurate to say that the release of information occurred because of the combination of two factors: the interface used between Sacramento’s document management system and CCMS, and Deloitte’s latest release of the case management system used by Sacramento and five other courts. Once the problem was discovered, court personnel from Sacramento and staff members from the AOC and Deloitte worked collaboratively over the past weekend to uncover the source of the problem and to create the necessary software to fix the release. This is the kind of collaboration that will enable the judicial branch to successfully implement a statewide case management system.
Administrative Office of the Courts
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