Computer Tech Sentenced In Information Theft
Online Shopping Advice From A Security ExpertA security expert at Quinnipiac University has some tips for safe online shopping this holiday season.
Computer Technician Pleads Guilty To Data TheftA computer technician working for the Coast Guard has pleaded guilty to charges he stole personal information from hundreds of computers and personal electronic devices brought in for repair.
Shonda Schilling Fights For Return Of Her Computer The wife of former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling has fought for the return of a personal computer purchased at auction.
Internet Outages Reported For Some Connecticut Residents Charter Communications Inc. said late Saturday that the company was aware of some customers experiencing Internet outages across its service area.
Computer Support Call Leads To Burglary Arrest Mike Witonis got an email from Apple thanking him for calling customer service about his laptop computer. Problem is, someone had stolen it from him a year earlier.
Sex On The Job, Computer Misuse Results In Discipline At Coast Guard AcademyOfficials at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy say a service member and five civilian employees were disciplined for misusing the school's computers and engaging in sex acts during the workday.
East Hartford Police Say Officer Accessed Computer Records For Personal UseEast Hartford police say a nine-year-veteran of the police force is the subject of a criminal investigation involving improper use of police records systems.
Vt. Man Accused Of Stealing Computer In StrollerPolice in South Burlington, Vt., have accused a man of stashing a stolen computer in a stroller with a small child.
Computer Network Vulnerability Uncovered at WCSUAdministrators at Western Connecticut State University say they've fixed a problem in their computer network which could have allowed unauthorized people to gather personal information on about 235,000 students, prospective students and others.
Stolen Computer Snaps Suspect's Photo; Police Ask Public's HelpWindsor Police are hoping the stolen merchandise itself may help lead them to a suspect in the theft of computers from the Pathway to Technology Magnet School at 184 Windsor Avenue in Windsor Thursday.
Food Stamp Debit Cards Again Active After Computer Problem Clients of the Connecticut Department of Social Services and similar agencies in nine other states are not currently able to access their food stamp benefits using the debit-style card now used for the program.