Stu­dent in­dicted in se­cu­rity breach


Agrand jury has in­dicted a for­mer Univer­sity of Ne­braskaLin­coln stu­dent in con­nec­tion to a se­cu­rity breach a year ago. Daniel Strat­man, 23, al­ready faced a crim­i­nal charge— reck­less dam­age to a pro­tected com­puter dur­ing unau­tho­rised ac­cess—filed by the US At­tor­ney’s Of­fice in De­cem­ber. Now he faces a dozen counts.

Ac­cord­ing to a news re­lease from US At­tor­ney Deb­o­rah Gilg’s of­fice, two of the counts al­lege that be­tween May 23 and 24, 2012, Strat­man “know­ingly caused the trans­mis­sion of a pro­gramme, in­for­ma­tion, code and com­mand,” caus­ing dam­age to a pro­tected

The agency in charge of se­cu­rity at the Ni­noy Aquino In­ter­na­tional Air­port may face sanc­tions for lapses its guards com­mit­ted dur­ing the fra­cas be­tween showbiz cou­ple Ray­mart San­ti­ago and Clau­dine Bar­retto and Inquirer colum­nist Ra­mon Tulfo, the Philip­pine Na­tional Po­lice (PNP) said re­cently.

Chief Su­per­in­ten­dent To­mas Ren­toy, head of the PNP’s Su­per­vi­sory Of­fice for Se­cu­rity and In­ves­ti­ga­tion Agency, said Lant­ing Se­cu­rity and Watch­man Agency and its se­cu­rity guards clearly com­mit­ted blun­ders dur­ing the in­ci­dent.

“Ad­mit­tedly, there were lapses com­mit­ted, oth­er­wise, no­body would have come to phys­i­cal harm, in­clud­ing the gang­ing up on Mon Tulfo. So we re­ally be­lieve there were lapses,” Ren­toy said. He iden­ti­fied at least two lapses: “[First], they should have re­strained the oth­ers from beat­ing up Mon Tulfo and paci­fied them. [Sec­ond], they should have taken the par­ties to the of­fice for in­ves­ti­ga­tion.”

Bishop Cruz ad­vised the man­age­ment of Cebu Pa­cific to im­prove their poor cus­tomer ser­vice, which had sparked the ire of the show-biz cou­ple and even­tu­ally led to the com­mo­tion.

“The air­line should also im­prove its ser­vices…the in­ci­dent should serve as a big les­son for them too,” added the of­fi­cer.

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