Two of the Internal Revenue Service's newest modernized computer systems were deployed with known security vulnerabilities that could expose confidential taxpayer information, according to a new report from the Treasury Department's inspector general.

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration said the IRS's Customer Account Data Engine and Account Management Services contain security weaknesses in controls over sensitive data protection, system access, monitoring of system access and disaster recovery.

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