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Crackers make up the final group. Crackers are legitimate thieves who manipulate networks and computer resources to defraud banks, insurance companies, and the like. Cracking often involves electronic funds transfers and the manipulation of automatic teller machines. Some spectacular incidents of cracked bank systems have occurred in the last few years, but thankfully the success rate is low. Hackers and phreakers pose the least threat to potential employers. They are often young and, according to the general community, are often more technically astute than crackers. They also lack criminal baggage. So what are the advantages of hiring a hacker First, if the corporation has done its assessment of the candidate properly, then it stands to turn a technically astute opponent into an ally. Second, the learning curve for the hacker-turned-professional can be far less steep than that for traditional new hires, although the hacker s knowledge coming in the door must be carefully assessed.10 Third, the corporate security organization benefits because it now has a behind-the-scenes entree into the hacker community, as well as the capability of an accomplished hacker on staff. After all, the Federal Government hired a hacker informant to help them capture Kevin Mitnick. Within the data security world, organizations (again, the Sneakers model) called Tiger Teams make their living as hackers for hire, breaking into systems for a fee in order to uncover weaknesses. Many security experts observe, however, often correctly, that hackers are far more imaginative than professional Tiger Teams.11 Thus, hiring hackers as employees has its advantages. Of course, like anything else, there is also a downside.
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It can be argued that hackers do what they do because of a lack of judgment. They are young; they don t sense the wrongness of what they re doing. They succumb to peer pressure, or they are psychologically flawed because of family problems and aren t capable of sensing the difference between right and wrong.
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10 Knowledge claimed and knowledge held are often quite different. The author reviewed one legitimately published book that claimed to be an authority on the telecommunications and computer technology behind hacking. It was rife with errors. Hence, a careful assessment of a hacker s actual knowledge base is in order. 11
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It can also be argued that although some hackers mature and recognize that what they do may be wrong, others do not. This implies a serious lack of ethical propriety and should be a consideration for prospective employers. Countless examples of system penetrations have occurred because hackers were hired, knowingly or not, as system operators, maintenance personnel, or even janitors. It is incumbent upon the hiring manager to determine whether hiring a hacker into a sensitive position is worth the potential risk to corporate systems. Managers as a rule are not psychologists, but the question of whether a hacker has been rehabilitated to the point of being a valuable and nonthreatening employee should be in the forefront of the consideration process. There is no question that many hackers do mature, do outgrow the thrill of the illicit hack, and do go on to become responsible contributors to the telecommunications industry and beyond. It is critical, however, that managers properly assess their motivation for employment. Although hackers, former or otherwise, may prove to be valuable employees in a company, it is incumbent upon the employer to assess the possible threat of a hacker on the payroll. If the decision is made to hire the individual, management must take steps to observe their actions during the first few months of employment. In many companies, this comes in the form of a probationary period, during which the employee is carefully scrutinized. Any infraction can then be dealt with quickly and professionally.
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