MO: Camden County Acknowledges ‘Possible Security Breach’ Of Courthouse Computers

The day after an FBI investigation descended on the Camden County Courthouse, County Attorney Charles McElyea has acknowledged a “possible security breach” of the courthouse computer systems.

McElyea said once the potential breach was discovered, “the Camden County Commission took immediate steps to secure the system and started an investigation to determine if there was in fact a breach of the system, how it might have occurred and how to prevent such a breach in the future.”

Read more on LakeExpo.com.

I guess we’ll have to wait to find out what this is about, although it sounds like some insider wrongdoing is suspected.

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    • Dissent - September 22, 2016

      Yeah, that does appear to match the report. Thanks!

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