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Hacker may sit in next cubicle

The computer hacker wasn’t a devious competitor or some brainy teenager sitting at his home PC. Instead, it was a Coca-Cola employee who slipped into the company’s computer system without authorization and downloaded salary information and Social Security numbers of about 450 co-workers. A recent computer scare at the world’s largest soft-drink maker worried it enough to send an e-mail advising employees to check bank accounts and credit card balances for anything unusual, but not enough to notify police. What may sound unusual is, in fact, business as usual when it comes to computer crime in corporate America, say experts. The hacker who just stole your records is just as likely to be an insider as an outsider, and companies are usually reluctant to go to the police. Full Story

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