Update on Camden County Courthouse Security Incident

There’s an update to an incident noted previously on this site involving the Camden County Courthouse in Missouri. RiskBased Security recaps what happened:

Unknown persons compromised a courthouse computer hard drive containing e-mails belonging to county officials. Apparently the emails in question were the subject of an information request under Missouri’s Sunshine Law, intended to promote openness in the business dealing of Missouri’s governmental bodies. Court personnel had gathered up the emails for review and redaction prior to releasing the information. Before that process could be completed, persons unknown took it upon themselves to perform the ultimate redaction, wiping the hard drive completely clean.

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