After a hacker stole the private information of more than six million taxpayers in South Carolina 18 months ago, there still is not a consistent computer security plan in place. The state did beef up security by the division of state information technology monitoring state agency computer systems for signs of hacking attempts. Although agencies that didn’t want to comply with these standards apparently don’t have to. This could lead to holes in the system and it is surprising that they have not been hacked since the last breach. Their solution, since it is too late in legislative session to get a bill passed for a consistent plan, lawmakers will put language in the budge to require that for one year.