Sentencing of Keys, Responsible for 2010 LA Times Data Breach, Should Remind Companies to Fortify Cybersecurity and Plan Response to Breaches

May 13, 2016

A federal judge in California recently sentenced a former employee of KTXL Fox40, a Tribune Company-owned television station, to two years in prison for three felony convictions relating to his assistance to the “hacktivist” group Anonymous in accessing and changing content on the Los Angeles Times’ (“LA Times”) website in 2010. This incident should remind companies of the need to implement effective cybercrime prevention strategies.

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