The financial loss to credit unions affected by the Wendy's data breach uncovered earlier this month appears to be on pace to surpass damages incurred from the high-profile Target and Home Depot breach incidents, according to a report from Krebs on Security.
Three real estate agents in Rockingham, N.C. were charged with illegally accessing a Hotmail account belonging to the employee of a competitor. RE/MAX Tri City Realty agents Wendy Robson Massagee, 43; Kim Dawn Whitley, 40; and Jamie Moss-Godfrey, 41, allegedly used the victim's username and password to access the account and view work-related emails, according to a report in the Richmond County (N.C.) Daily Journal. All three were released and are scheduled to appear in local court on April 23. - AM
Three real estate agents in Rockingham, N.C. charged with illegally accessing a Hotmail account belonging to the employee of a competitor won't face prison time. Charges against Wendy Robson Massagee, 43, were dismissed last Friday. The two other defendants in the case, Kim Dawn Whitley, 40, and Jamie Moss-Godfrey, 41, will have to complete community service before charges are dismissed, according to the Richmond County Clerk's Office. — AM