Guilty Plea in LaRC Computer Security Case

Former NASA Langley employee pleads guilty in federal case, Daily Press

"A former NASA Langley Research Center employee pleaded guilty this week to violating a NASA regulation by allowing a foreign national unrestricted access to a company computer. Glenn A. Woodell entered a guilty plea to a misdemeanor count of violating a regulation and order of NASA and was sentenced to six months probation and a $500 fine, according to a judgment order signed by U.S. Magistrate Judge Robert J. Krask. The charge stems from Woodell allowing Bo Jiang, who worked as a contractor at NASA Langley, access to a computer of a deceased NASA employee in 2011."

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