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Chateau intrigue: Inside the INM data saga

Questions around what exactly happened to the data of INM employees are continuing to mount up

9th December, 2018
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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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