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Ex-staffer booked for stealing secret data of MNC phone-maker

IANS  |  Gurgaon 

A former employee of a multinational mobile electronics company has been booked for stealing vital secret information and data of the firm, the police said on Monday.

Vikrant, Senior Manager - Information Security, with Samsung India Electronics Pvt Ltd in Sector 43 of upscale Golf Course Road, has lodged a complaint in this regard at the local Sushant Lok police station.

The police have registered a case under Section 66B of the Information & Technology Act, 2000, against Atul Jain, a resident of Delhi's Greater Kailash Part II.

According to the complainant, Jain stole the secret data and information when he was working with the company, and transferred those from his official mail ID to his private mail ID.

The accused has been allegedly using and sharing the secret information illegally.

A senior police officer said they are conducting raids to nab the accused.

--IANS

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Ex-staffer booked for stealing secret data of MNC phone-maker

A former employee of a multinational mobile electronics company has been booked for stealing vital secret information and data of the firm, the police said on Monday.

A former employee of a multinational mobile electronics company has been booked for stealing vital secret information and data of the firm, the police said on Monday.

Vikrant, Senior Manager - Information Security, with Samsung India Electronics Pvt Ltd in Sector 43 of upscale Golf Course Road, has lodged a complaint in this regard at the local Sushant Lok police station.

The police have registered a case under Section 66B of the Information & Technology Act, 2000, against Atul Jain, a resident of Delhi's Greater Kailash Part II.

According to the complainant, Jain stole the secret data and information when he was working with the company, and transferred those from his official mail ID to his private mail ID.

The accused has been allegedly using and sharing the secret information illegally.

A senior police officer said they are conducting raids to nab the accused.

--IANS

ps/nir/vt

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Ex-staffer booked for stealing secret data of MNC phone-maker

A former employee of a multinational mobile electronics company has been booked for stealing vital secret information and data of the firm, the police said on Monday.

Vikrant, Senior Manager - Information Security, with Samsung India Electronics Pvt Ltd in Sector 43 of upscale Golf Course Road, has lodged a complaint in this regard at the local Sushant Lok police station.

The police have registered a case under Section 66B of the Information & Technology Act, 2000, against Atul Jain, a resident of Delhi's Greater Kailash Part II.

According to the complainant, Jain stole the secret data and information when he was working with the company, and transferred those from his official mail ID to his private mail ID.

The accused has been allegedly using and sharing the secret information illegally.

A senior police officer said they are conducting raids to nab the accused.

--IANS

ps/nir/vt

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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