Doug Stewart reports:
The city of New Haven suffered a $6 million theft in a cyber attack earlier this year it was announced Thursday. To date, law enforcement officials have recovered over half the money.
Officials said the cyber attack targeted the Board of Education’s Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer in what was described as a “business email compromise.” Thieves got access to the CEO’s email in late May. In June, they made six successful and one failed attempts to steal money by watching conversations and inserting themselves in the discussion to steal money.
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