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Angry IT workers: A ticking time bomb?
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Written by Daniel   
Monday, 22 September 2008 12:18

  IT workers are mad as hell and they're not going to take it anymore. What can you do to keep things from reaching the point of no return?
By Dan Tynan
September 22, 2008

InfoWorld 

 It was 9:30 on the morning of March 4, 2002, and something was terribly wrong at the offices of PaineWebber UBS. Computers in branches all over the country began showing disc errors. A logic bomb buried deep within the machines had wiped their hard drives clean, preventing 17,000 brokers from making trades.

"It was six months after 9/11," says Keith Jones, co-principal of Jones Dykstra and Associates, a computer forensics and expert witness firm. "Back then if anyone so much as sneezed, you thought 'terrorism.'"  [Comments...]

 

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