I have worked for government agencies in the pass and I have seen the holes in computer security first hand. So when 26.5 Million Veterrans are forced to watch over their credit history for possible Identity theft I was not surprise. I have worked with IT personel for City Courts and other Government Offices and I have always been surprise of the lack of knowledge their IT personel had.
The private sector will always have better technology and computer security policy in place.
Sadly, I have a better secure network at my house.
I am complely paperless. A bill or statement comes in I scan it into my computer and shred the document.
I scan my documents and they are stored in a HD of their own. This harddrive is encrypted so even if the HD gets stolen the date is encrypted.
I back up my HD to another HD on a weekly bases and send that HD to an offsite storing facility where is practicly stored in a mountain.
That is my security policy and just deal with 3 peoples identity information. But, I am sure just having a policy where you need the data encrypted when leaving the center.