Most computer hacking an 'inside job'

Tuesday, 26 April 2005, 3:21 PM EST

The vast majority of computer hacking is done by current and former employees, according to the Metropolitan Police.

In a panel session at this year's InfoSecurity Europe conference, Detective Inspector Chris Simpson of the Metropolitan Police Computer Crime Unit told delegates that one of the first steps in any investigation is to check employee details.

By Iain Thompson at vnunet.

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