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Former New Milford IT Director convicted of computer crimes

The former IT Director for the Town of New Milford has been convicted on two computer crime charges.  The Newstimes reports that 53-year old Kendrick Protzmann was ordered to pay a two-thousand dollar fine and the remaining counts were dropped.  Protzmann, who was accused of hacking town officials’ emails, was originally charged with 41 felony and 8 misdemeanor counts of computer crime.  An investigation was launched after current and former residents’ personal information ended up online.  The reported hacking took place in 2019, after Protzmann was no longer employed by the town.  He served as information technology director from 2002 until being placed on paid administrative leave.  His access into the email archive system was not revoked during that time.

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