Malinsky Bazile, 28, used his police access to the Florida state driver's license computer database to obtain personal information to file fraudulent tax returns. He admitted to making about $140,000 from the fraud between 2011 and 2012.
"Investigators said he abused his position of trust — and his police computer — to commit identity theft, stealing the personal information of hundreds of people and using it to file fraudulent income tax returns."While law enforcement personnel may need broad authorized access to databases containing personal information, their access should be monitored to identify inappropriate record access. Organizations can now utilize low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics services to proactively differentiate the type of access activity of all users.
- Miami Sun-Sentinel
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(a) Miami cop convicted of ID theft, tax fraud - www.MiamiHerald.com, 10/03/2013