Tamika White accused of hacking company for profit

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The RCMP has arrested and charged Tamika White for allegedly hacking into the email of a local company’s CEO and redirecting $52,000 into her own bank account.

The victim discovered the hack in November 2016 and filed a complaint with Digby, N.S. police.

Following a six-month investigation, police charged the a 30-year-old from Calgary for hacking into the email account.

White is facing 12 charges, including identity fraud, theft, trafficking stolen data and money laundering.

Read more at Bleeping Computer

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.