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NCI Inc: Jon Frank

Former Vice President and Controller of Reston-based government IT contractor NCI Inc., Jon Frank pleaded guilty to embezzling over $19 million over a 10-year span. Beginning in 2007 until he was discovered in January 2017, Jon Frank initiated transfers from the company’s bank account into his personal accounts totaling $19,440,331....

Missed Stressor: Kevin P. Mallory

Mr. Kevin Mallory, of Leesburg Virginia and former US government employee, is looking at possible life in prison, if convicted, following charges of gathering/ delivering defense information to aid a foreign government. In 2012, he began running his own consulting firm, GlobalEx LLC, ending a 20-year government intelligence career. Mallory...

Coca-Cola: Access to Physical Documents

A former Coca-Cola executive assistant was convicted of conspiring to steal trade secrets and sell classified documents to rival Pepsi for at least $1.5 million. Williams stole 14 pages of documents marked as “Classified Confidential” and “Classified Restricted,” along with sample products not yet launched by Coca-Cola, as part of a conspiracy...

Certegy: Customer Bank and Credit Card Information Stolen

Former Certegy Check Services employee William Sullivan plead guilty to stealing 8.4 million consumer records over a 5-year span. 5.6 million of these records contained bank information and 1.5 million records had consumer credit card information. Sullivan sold the consumer records to direct marketers for more than $580,000. Sullivan claims...

Carnegie Mellon DHS: Loan Processor

A former loan processor for a banking institution had responsibilities that allowed full privileges to read and modify loan information. As a result, the individual took out two loans totaling $39,000 from her employer to fund her own personal expenses. In total, she embezzled approximately $112,000, and the bank’s reputation...

Omar Siddiqui: Long-Time Employee of Fry’s Electronics

A 20-year employee of Fry’s Electronics was found guilty of embezzling $65.6 million over a four-year period from the electronic store to pay off his debt and fuel his lavish lifestyle. According to the Internal Revenue Services (IRS), Omar Siddiqui created back-room deals with five supplier companies for Fry’s Electronics....

Soldier Field: Public Venue Risk

On a cold Sunday afternoon in 2015, 62,643 fans gathered at Soldier Field to watch the Chicago Bears vs. Denver Broncos. Monterrey Security Consultants Inc., a contractor for the Chicago Bears, assisted with making sure the venue was safe from security issues. Two employees would violate that trust when they...

Hector Rodriguez: Customs and Border Protection Office

Former Customs and Border Protection Officer Hector Rodriguez was sentenced to 78 months in federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for bribery, facilitating illegal immigration for financial gain, and conspiracy by US District Court in California. Rodriguez pleaded guilty prior to sentencing forfeiting various luxury items gained...

Navy Yard: Aaron Alexis

On the morning of September 16, 2013, contractor Aaron Alexis, operating with a Secret Clearance, used his facility badge to access the grounds of the Navy Yard in Washington DC, shoot 15 people and kill 12 in a tragic mass shooting. On his clearance application he claimed to never have...

Booz Allen: Harold Martin

On October 5, 2016, Harold Martin was indicted for stealing the equivalent of half a billion pages of classified documents from the National Security Agency and Office of the Director of National Intelligence. A search of his home and car in September 2016 found more than 50TB unprotected classified data....