(844) 627-8267
(844) 627-8267

Ex-Spectrum Health IT workers sentenced for hacking, selling cellphones | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #hacker

WORCESTER — Two men, including one from Rutland, have been sentenced to supervised release after admitting to accessing Westborough nonprofit’s Spectrum Health System’s computer systems and selling cellphones intended for staff members. 

Patrick Edmonds-Morin, 32, of Connecticut, was sentenced to three years of supervised release Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Worcester, while Nathan Howe, 42, of Rutland, was sentenced to the same period of supervised release last month. 

The pair, former IT employees at Spectrum, were charged with hacking and wire-fraud-related crimes in June 2023 after allegations they illegally accessed the company’s systems and sold phones intended for Spectrum employees. 

Both Howe and Edmonds-Morin pleaded guilty to the charges, court records show, with a defense lawyer for Howe referring to his crime in court documents as an “unfathomably stupid” one for which he will pay dearly. 


Click Here For The Original Story From This Source.


National Cyber Security