IT worker disputes state government security breach

Friday, 31 March 2006, 11:56 AM EST

A New Hampshire state IT employee who was placed on paid leave last month after an alleged security breach involving a government server is disputing the state's explanation of the incident.

Douglas A. Oliver, 44, a Web middleware engineer who says he was placed on paid leave Feb. 17 in connection with the incident, said he is speaking out because the state's account is "incredibly skewed in my estimation."

At Computerworld.

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