There’s an update to a case I’ve been following since earlier this year. The Echo reports that Paula Humphreys of Merseyside Police was fired for snooping in confidential computers for information about her relatives and their boyfriends: The 43-year-old researched her sister […]
Molly Willms reports on a case before the U.S. Supreme Court that touches on “exceeding authorized access” under CFAA: The confusion that plagued a jury in a computer hacking trial has followed the case all the way to the U.S. […]
The OH Muhlenberg breach, previously noted on this site, has been added to HHS’s public breach tool. According to the entry, the breach impacted 84,681 patients. Ouch.
Kirsten Swanson reports: A Rio Rancho man was arrested for hacking his old employers and posing as a technician, even after police say they charged him with a crime. Gordon Logan is accused of hacking into the servers at Roadrunner […]