Officials 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 a nine-year-veteran of the police force is the subject of a criminal investigation involving improper use of police records systems.
Police in South Burlington, Vt., have accused a man of stashing a stolen computer in a stroller with a small child.
Administrators 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.
Windsor 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.
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.
A laptop computer stolen from a health care vendor contains the personal information of close to 10,000 patients of Hartford Hospital and VNA HealthCare, a home health care group.
Attorney General George Jepsen sent out a warning to Connecticut residents today to be cautious of a possible scam.
Citizen’s Bank, which has branches in a dozen states, including Connecticut, says a computer glitch affecting its website and ATMS machines has been repaired.
The Justice Department says thousands of computers in Connecticut are among those infected by malicious software which is the subject of the largest enforcement action ever taken against cyber criminals.