Hamden computer network hacked, mayor’s office says

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Hamden Government Center at 2750 Dixwell Ave

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HAMDEN — The town’s info technological know-how solutions were being “compromised” early Thursday, prompting a recovery hard work, according to the administration of Mayor Lauren Garrett.

Sean Grace, Garrett’s chief of workers, said in a statement that the town’s emergency products and services have been unaffected, but less vital functions ended up impacted.

“Our workforce immediately shut the program down to protect in opposition to more compromise. We have contracted with a recovery guide and are doing the job with law enforcement investigators to safely and securely get our method up and functioning,” Grace mentioned. “Our emergency companies are uninterrupted. Non crisis services will be accessible as quickly as feasible.”


Officers will give updates as the recovery method proceeds, Grace said.

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