Date: January 10, 2013
To: Joseph A. Castro President and CEO
From: Information Systems Manager Pascal Bourgeau
Subject: Incident Report for stolen computer equipment
On Monday January 7, 2012 computer equipment was stolen from company server room on seventh floor of Castro INC building two. Nine HP Integrity cx2600 servers, six Acer 23 inch Widescreen monitors, four Logitech mx 518 mice, two Logitech G19 programmable keyboards with color display, twenty Microsoft finger print readers, and 8 Logitech USB desktop microphones have all been stolen. The total cost of these items is $16,749.30. The nine HP Integrity servers contain personal employee information including social security numbers, drivers license numbers and credit card information. The servers also have valuable company information including company bank account numbers and database software passwords.
Security tapes show three masked men dressed in all black coming into the server room and stealing the computer equipment at approximately 11 pm. At 11:20 pm they left the premises. Security guard Jose Valdez was asleep at the time of the incident. The next morning at 8 am, I entered the server room and noticed the equipment missing. I called the police immediately. According to the police there are no leads on the theft. The thieves left no evidence for the police to go by. The thieves entered a room which should have been locked. Network Administrator Steven Boyes admitted he forgot to lock server room the night the equipment was stolen.
Security guard Jose Valdez has been fired. I suspended Network Administrator Steven Boyes for two weeks without pay. Every employee of Castro INC. has been informed about the incident and told to check their credit statements. Company accountants have communicated to me that insurance will cover all of the stolen computer equipment and the company bank account numbers have all been changed. Database Administrator...