Dfw Corporate Hacking Case Part Of New Federal Crackdown

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aThe fact that this case evolved from a civil action a shows the commitment of the Department of Justice to prosecute intellectual property theft and hacking as a serious criminal act,a Yarbrough said. aIts role will grow in importance in coming years.a Michael Mussachio was the president of Exel Transportation Services from 2002 to 2004, when he left to lead a competing company, Total Transportation Services. Mussachio took with him his chief financial officer as well as his chief information officer, and the three created a back door entry into Exelas systems to use for corporate espionage. They used the new information to help beat their competition.
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