UK Security Firm Execs Admit to Hacking Rival Firm

Catalin Cimpanu reports:

Five employees of UK-based Quadsys security firm, pleaded guilty in court last week, admitting to hacking the servers of an unnamed rival company.

The five are Paul Streeter (Quadsys owner), Paul Cox (managing director), Alistair Barnard (director), Steve Davies (account manager) and Jon Townsend (security consultant).

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  1. George - July 25, 2016

    Isn’t “employees” a bit weak when the owner and executive staff are included?

    • Dissent - July 25, 2016

      Yeah, when the “rogue insiders” are your C-suite….

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