PA: New Hope Woman Hacked Into BCCC Network, Changed Grades: Cops

I should have posted this one a few weeks ago, but better late than never if you care about tracking breaches in the education sector. On November 16, Kara Seymour reported:

Two women, one from Yardley another from New Hope, have been arrested after police say they illegally accessed the Bucks County Community College computer network and changed student grades, Newtown Township Police announced Thursday.

Alesisha Morosco, 30, of New Hope, and Kelly Marryott, 37, of Yardley, were arrested Thursday. Police said Marryott got the personal information of the faculty member at her job at a medical office, and gave it to Morosco, who used it to access the college’s computer network and change grades, including her own.

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