CITY COLLEGE EMPLOYEE USES SCHOOL NETWORKS TO COMMIT CYBER BULLYING
ATLANTA, GA- Jan.7, 2010–National Cyber Security, a cyber security reference and news portal website, by LIGATT Security International (OTC:LGTT), today announced that Sam Bowne, a professor at the City College of San Francisco, who teaches computer networking, along with other cyber thugs and bully’s, have created the largest cyber-bullying ring against Cyber Security Expert, Gregory D. Evans (GregoryDEvans.com)
Bowne, who has never met Evans, has referred people to a website discrediting Evans expertise in cyber security, spammed hundreds of the top executives of one of the largest computer security company’s in the world; L3 Stratis, posted negative comments on blog/websites such as, Twitter.com, Blueshellsec.com, CNN.com and Bloomberg.com, trying to slander Gregory Evans’ name. Furthermore, he has sent negative emails to LIGATT Security International’
LIGATT Security was able to track the IP addresses to the multiple post and emails he had sent to the company employees, customers and vendors. One of those IP addresses was tracked back to the City College of San Francisco; where the IP address matched an email Bowne sent to the LIGATT office.
To add insult to injury, Bowne has sent multiple emails to media outlets that have consulted Evans as an expert, such as CNN and Fox, with the intent to have him denied for future interviews. Some of Bowne’s cohorts have top-secret clearances with government agencies in the computer security industry. In addition, there has been a SEC complaint and investigation, launched over a month ago, for stock manipulation against Bowne and others.
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To view attached screen shots of some of the evidence of his actions, visit www.nationalcybersecurity.com.
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