Incident: Qld ex-cop charged with 44 counts of database snooping | iTnews

Incident: Qld ex-cop charged with 44 counts of database snooping | iTnews

Australian Information Security Incident Reported: June 28 2017

The Queensland Crime and Corruption Commission has charged a former police officer with accessing information in the force’s core crimes database 44 times over six years without authorisation.

The ex-cop joins a long list of Queensland police officers to have been charged with snooping into the QPRIME system over the last year.

The CCC yesterday served a notice to appear in court on a 60-year-old former male sergeant for unauthorised use of the database.

Source: Qld ex-cop charged with 44 counts of database snooping – Security – iTnews

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