New R.I. computer system might have exposed personal information of some users

By November 23, 2016December 21st, 2017Uncategorized

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — As many as 1,000 residents who logged onto the state’s new $364 million benefits computer system from a public computer, such as at a local library, may have had their personal information seen by the next user if they didn’t close¬†the window of their browser – even if the resident logged off. ¬†State leaders told the media Wednesday that the disclosure problem with RI Bridges, which is more well known as the Unified Health Infrastructure Project (UHIP), has alreadycomputer-digitaldreamstimejpg-jpg-size-custom-crop-1086x725

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