Chateau intrigue: Inside the INM data saga
Questions around what exactly happened to the data of INM employees are continuing to mount up
The tale of Derek Mizak and Ireland’s biggest newspaper publisher, Independent News & Media (INM), begins in April 2013. Leslie Buckley, the then chairman of INM, contacted Mizak, a director of the information security and digital forensics firm DMZ IT, for assistance. Mizak is a skilled IT expert who has a PhD in cybersecurity and lectures students on the topic in the Dublin Business School.
In May 2012, he became a director of DMZ...
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