[ISN] Ex-Exel president found guilty of hacking former employers

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/03/05/exel_president_guilty_hacking/ By Iain Thomson in San Francisco The Register 5th March 2013 The former president of transportation logistics firm Exel has been found guilty of hacking into the servers of his former employer to glean secrets for his new business. A federal jury found Michael Musacchio, 61, guilty of one felony count of conspiracy to make unauthorized access to a protected computer (hacking) and two substantive felony counts of hacking. His two accomplices, Joseph Roy Brown and John Michael Kelly, have already pleaded guilty and the trio will be sentenced in June. “Trial testimony and exhibits established that between 2004 and 2006, Musacchio, Brown, and Kelly engaged in a scheme to hack into Exel’s computer system for the purpose of conducting corporate espionage,” the FBI said in a statement. “Through their repeated unauthorized accesses into Exel’s e-mail accounts, the co-conspirators were able to obtain Exel’s confidential and proprietary business information and use it to benefit themselves and their new employer.” […] ______________________________________________ Visit the InfoSec News Security Bookstore Best Selling Security Books and More! http://www.shopinfosecnews.org




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