Two Utah websites claim hacker attacks cost them $180K; @ItsKahuna challenges the price tag

Back at the beginning of the year, the Salt Lake City Police Department and Utah Chiefs of Police were among a number of law enforcement organizations hacked in #OpPiggyBank. A hacker whose Twitter handle is  @ItsKahuna was subsequently charged in the incidents. Now John Anthony Borell is challenging the organizations’ claims about what the hacks cost them.

Actually, a $180,000 price tag for two breached sites doesn’t sound that outrageous to me, but I look forward to seeing the organizations’ responses to discovery requests and clarification of the security protections they had in place prior to the hacks.

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