Hamden computer network hacked, mayor’s office says

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Hamden Governing administration Centre at 2750 Dixwell Ave

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HAMDEN — The town’s facts know-how providers had been “compromised” early Thursday, prompting a restoration energy, according to the administration of Mayor Lauren Garrett.

Sean Grace, Garrett’s chief of employees, mentioned in a statement that the town’s crisis expert services were unaffected, but much less vital capabilities were impacted.

“Our staff swiftly shut the program down to protect versus further compromise. We have contracted with a restoration advisor and are functioning with law enforcement investigators to securely get our process up and operating,” Grace reported. “Our crisis services are uninterrupted. Non crisis companies will be offered as quickly as feasible.”


Officers will offer you updates as the restoration process carries on, Grace mentioned.

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