When IT Takes Revenge


This is one of the lessons that is immediately apparent from the recent trial and conviction of a system administrator at the former UBS PaineWebber, now known as UBS. This trusted IT manager was recently found guilty of IT sabotage via a "logic bomb" virus that hit approximately 2,000 servers. Among other problems, prosecutors alleged that the administrator's actions prevented about 8,000 UBS PaineWebber brokers from trading for a day or more. They also contended that about 9,000 additional

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