Has the enterprise, and judiciary, learned anything from TalkTalk hack?

Following the sentencing of Talk Talk hackers, we ask if the judiciary understands the severity and consequences of digital crimes?

The sentencing of Hanley and Allsopp comes a year after another of those involved, who could not be named as he was 17 years old at the time, was handed a rehabilitation order and had his iPhone confiscated. His involvement was in uncovering the TalkTalk vulnerabilities and sharing that information with other cyber-criminals. So what does this say about the judiciary’s understanding of the crimes of the two, crimes which were hardly extraordinary in their methodology and more like the actions of script kiddies, if truth be told?

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