TalkTalk hacker sentenced to four years

TalkTalk hacker sentenced to four years

TalkTalk Hacker Sentenced To Four Years

TalkTalk Hacker Sentenced To Four Years Image copyright Metropolitan Police Image caption Daniel Kelley will serve four years in a young offenders’ institution

A man who was involved in a major hacker attack of telecoms firm TalkTalk has been sentenced to four years’ detention.

Daniel Kelley, 22, from Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, pleaded guilty in 2016 to 11 charges including involvement in the attack where the personal data of more than 150,000 customers was stolen.

Kelley will serve his sentence in a young delinquents institution.

He was sentenced at the Old Bailey on Monday.

Email address and bank details were taken after TalkTalk’s website was breached in 2015, with the total cost to the company from multiple hackers estimated at PS7 7m.

Kelley’s hacking offences also involved half a dozen other organisations, including a Welsh further education college, Coleg Sir Gar, where he was a student.

The teen behind the cybercrime screen Image caption Kelley’s assaults on his college cost hundreds of hours of teaching period

TalkTalk Hacker Sentenced To Four Years
TalkTalk Hacker Sentenced To Four Years
TalkTalk Hacker Sentenced To Four Years
TalkTalk Hacker Sentenced To Four Years
TalkTalk Hacker Sentenced To Four Years

TalkTalk Hacker Sentenced To Four Years

TalkTalk Hacker Sentenced To Four Years

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