Massive unreported security breach, $2 million alleged fraud at NorQuest College

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Court documents allege IT manager conducted “harassment” campaign after firing. After NorQuest College fired Clarence Orleski, its technology infrastructure manager, in December 2012, an investigation uncovered what the college alleged were two separate fraud schemes that cost the college nearly $2 million in damages.

Shortly after the work day began on Feb. 19, 2013, a bizarre email popped up in the inboxes of dozens of NorQuest College senior executives and staff. The anonymous sender had attached a PDF document that contained a string of sexually graphic emails and texts that appear to have been exchanged between a senior NorQuest executive and a woman who was not his wife.

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