Yovan Garcia, a former private security officer, has been fined $318,661.70 after a California court found him guilty of padding his work hours, hacking the company’s servers to steal data on customers, demolishing the servers in the process, defacing the website, ripping off the proprietary software, and setting up a rival business running on that ripped-off program. 666 more words
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When investigating hacked networks, FBI agents have long told company executives that they can’t share information on what was stolen and who took it. “Sorry, that’s classified,” was all the victims got. 638 more words
There has been a lot of buzz this past week about protesters indicating they plan to protest President-Elect Trump’s inauguration by launching a DDoS attack on the White House website. 318 more words
Should a claim for have been included in this lawsuit? See my thoughts below and share your thoughts.
The Allegations Behind the Lawsuit
A legal team led by Gloria Allred made news by suing Toyota (and others) on behalf of a Frisco, Texas pastor and his wife, Tim and Claire Gautreaux, alleging that a Toyota salesman emailed nude pictures of Claire to a swingers’ website from Tim’s phone while in his possession to confirm a preapproval offer that was on an app. 546 more words
Regular readers of this blog will be aware that for the last year I have been working on an archaeology exhibition of the city of Salford’s archaeology. 348 more words