Threat Management, Network Security

SF admin: My security job

Rogue San Francisco network administrator Terry Childs claims he was just acting in accordance with job requirements by refusing to divulge passwords for the city's FiberWAN network last summer. According to recent court filings, he resisted a “surprise request to disclose the passwords” at a stressful meeting with his boss and police officials, maintaining that no one present “was qualified to have the passwords.” Childs faces seven years in prison. — CAM

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