Former Corp IT Director Convicted of Computer Fraud

Rachel Cohen reports on a hacking incident involving Corp-Students of Georgetown, Inc. (“The Corp.”).

Former Georgetown student Justice Suh pleaded guilty on one count of computer fraud for hacking The Corp’s email system. The federal government charged Suh in D.C. federal court in April 2019, and the U.S. government representative in this case recommended a sentence of 6 months’ probation.

The government’s sentencing memo notes Suh’s awareness of his crime, stating, “Suh knowingly caused the transmission of a program, information, code, or command, and a result of his conduct, intentionally caused damage to The Corp’s computer system without authorization.”

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