|Headline||Tesla sues ex-employee for stealing secret information|
Just three days after taking up his new job at Tesla, software engineer Alex Khatilov is caught copying nearly 26,000 confidential files from Tesla’s servers to a personal Dropbox. When questioned by security personnel, he lies and claims they are personal administrative documents… while simultaneously trying to delete the evidence. According to Tesla, the amount of data stolen would be equivalent to 200 years of work, and could – if subsequently sold – put its competitors on the trail of its technological innovations.
|Type of company||Manufacturer|
|Data / Life||Data|
|Access||Physical and remote|
|Recognized by brand||Sí|