It has been pointed out that short-term public employment personnel, not government officials, can look into and leak information about the application for emergency disaster relief funds that the government pays to all households.

A few days ago, there was concern that an incident similar to the one exploited in a crime by a social worker who stole personal information from the 'n room' incident.

According to the Seoul Metropolitan City and the municipalities, the Ministry of Public Administration and Security, which oversees emergency disaster relief funds, allows local governments to select and use short-term public jobs when they work on emergency disaster relief funds.

As a result, various types of manpower with several months of service are deployed in the Dong Resident Center in each borough of Seoul to support the administrative work of public officials.

The problem is that even the short-term manpower freely looking into the personal information of household members as well as the householder who applies for emergency disaster relief funds can leak to the outside.

In fact, in the resident center in Seoul, short-term personnel were able to see the beneficiary's name, resident number, contact information, and address, including household head and household members.

This content did not have to be searched and searched for by people who want to see the information, but existed as an Excel file.

It is known that this is a file sent by the Ministry of Public Administration and Security to the local government so that the applicant's identity can be queried.

This file was stored on a USB device, so the security condition was so poor that it could be leaked entirely.

An official from the Seoul Autonomous Region said, "We are receiving a security pledge prior to entering the business. If there is a leak, of course, we will make a criminal charge." Said.