From HSToday:

In what Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Inspector General (DHS IG) John Roth believes is an attempt to conceal negative information from the public, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) redacted information from a recent IG audit report on TSA’s computer security shortcomings at John F. Kennedy International Airport. After reviewing the IG’s draft report last year, TSA redacted several sections of the report as Sensitive Security Information (SSI). However, the IG stated, there is no valid reason to be shielding this information from the public. Roth asserted that hiding behind the SSI label is a significant abuse of TSA’s power.