Citibank IT guy deliberately wiped routers, shut down 90% of firm’s networks across America
Graham Cluley writes:
It was just after 6pm on December 23, 2013, and Lennon Ray Brown, a computer engineer at the Citibank Regents Campus in Irving, Texas, was out for revenge.
Earlier in the day, Brown – who was responsible for the bank’s IT systems – had attended a work performance review with his supervisor.
It hadn’t gone well.
Brown was now a ticking time bomb inside the organisation, waiting for his opportunity to strike. And with the insider privileges given to him by the company, he had more of an opportunity to wreak havoc than any external hacker.
Prosecutors described what happened next, just before Brown left the Citibank offices that evening:
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