Star News Services
September 05, 2008
CALGARY - Investigators spent nine months using technology and
old-fashioned sleuthing to find four suspects who allegedly stole $1.8
million from a Calgary company.
The operation involved the U.S. Secret Service and municipal police in
Calgary and Vancouver -- as well as in Montreal, where investigators
arrested four Quebec-based suspects.
Among those charged with theft of credit-card data and fraud is Ehud
Tenenbaum, an Israeli national living in Montreal. In 1998, a
19-year-old Israeli named Ehud Tenenbaum -- known online as "the
Analyzer" -- accessed computers belonging to the Pentagon.
After his conviction, Tenenbaum used his expertise to help Israeli
organizations protect their computer networks against cyber attacks.
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