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Disgruntled former VP hacks company, disrupts PPE supply, earns jail term | ZDNet

The sabotage of electronic records led to delays in shipping critical PPE during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Source: Disgruntled former VP hacks company, disrupts PPE supply, earns jail term | ZDNet

One year should not be the default on sentencing for someone like this. The company could’ve been shut down because they couldn’t deliver, glad they’re not. Problem is that while one year may be a start, big time damage as you’ll read in the article was caused. Should one year be enough?

What do you guys think of someone going in and putting in a secret account and then getting fired just to have them do this? Would one year be enough for you to know he can’t possibly do that to another employer again? My thought is no. It becomes unauthorized access, and that is more than one year from what I’ve read in the past.


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Disgruntled former VP hacks company, disrupts PPE supply, earns jail term | ZDNet was released on January 12, 2021 at 12:00 pm by tech in article commentary.
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