Three to appear in court over TalkTalk hack
Am I the only one to think that the operator Three (3) is to appear in court?
Three men are due to appear at the Old Bailey charged with various offences linked to an investigation into the mega TalkTalk hack a year ago. The investigation was launched in October 2015 by the Met's Falcon Cyber Crime Unit following the hack in which 157,000 of its customers' personal details were accessed. On Tuesday, 15 …
Dido Harding was at Oxford with David Cameron which is, I suspect, why she wasn't taken to task over this at the time it happened.
I wrote to my MP this morning asking how long it will be, and how bad things will have to get, before they start making CEOs, CIOs etc personally responsible.
Doubt I'll get a reply, but you never know...
Asked if the affected customer data was encrypted or not, she replied: "The awful truth is that I don’t know".
The awful truth is that as a Baroness, a Conservative life peer, the wife of a Conservative minister and a personal friend of Call Me Dave, she doesn't give a toss because she knows she's bombproof.
... that TalkTalk should face at least the combined punishment handed out to these fools, failure to secure your data should be seen as leaving the window open to burglars. Yes a crime was committed but TT virtually invited them in
If TT had their priorities right then no one would be wasting tax payers money fixing a problem that should never been allowed to exist.
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