16 May 2013

Systems manager arrested for hacking former employer’s network

Comments Off on Systems manager arrested for hacking former employer’s network Crime News

Itworld.com reports a fired systems manager, out for revenge, was arrested for allegedly hacking his former employer’s computer network, causing over $90,000 in damages. Michael Meneses, from Long Island, worked for a company that manufactured high-voltage power supplies. After he was passed over for promotions and fired, Meneses hacked into his former employer’s network. Over the course of three weeks, he sabotaged the company’s computers, until he was eventually arrested by the FBI. Menses appeared in court, denied the charges, and is currently out on bond.

Read the full article here:
Systems manager arrested for hacking former employer’s network

Comments are closed.