Computer stolen at the Hall of Justice puts some at risk for identity theft

WDRB reports:

A computer stolen at the Louisville Hall of Justice puts some people at risk of identity theft.

The computer used by two Assistant County Attorneys was taken from a publicly accessible conference room.  Louisville Metro launched an internal investigation, after the theft was reported. With the help of an outside forensic expert, the city determined there may have been sensitive information on the computer.

The computer was recovered, but the hard drive had been removed.  Emails of the two attorneys may have been on the hard drive.  Those emails could potentially contain names, Social Security numbers, bank account numbers and driver’s license numbers.  That information was accessed on April 19, 2017.

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  1. P Kenny - June 7, 2017

    When you read the title, and got to “Hall of Justice…”, did anyone else’s mental voice switch over to sound like Ted Knight??

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