Home / Early Warning / Cybersecurity Highlights / Formed employed by an airline convicted of sabotage thanks to VPN records

Formed employed by an airline convicted of sabotage thanks to VPN records

04/12/2018

The former employed Suzette Kugler from California, EE.UU. Has been convicted to 5 years of probation, 250 hours of community service and to pay 5.616 dollars to PenAir airlines.

The events occurred between April and May 2017. Kugler, close of her retirement of PenAir, was create a fake high-level account on the Sabre system. This fake account was used by Suzette time before her retirement to:  modified an employee's account to block her access, deletion of 8 PenAir airport stations, and deletion of two airplane seat maps.

FBI linked Kugler with the incidents by the VPN logs found in two laptops that she owned.

Finally, she has been convicted of fraud with "connection to computers".

Tags: