Cnet reports that the FBI is now pursuing the hacker who guessed at certain personal details to be able to reset Palin’s personal email password so he could gain access to the account.
Not a legal scholar, I don’t know what laws were violated but I suspect there’s enough to keep the FBI (and the defendant(s) lawyers) busy for quite a while.
What’s the brouhaha and should you care? We published a piece based on the event with recommendations regarding best practices (on the front page of gartner.com right now). Do they work for you? How would you extend or revise our suggestions?
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