Dryden Police report arrest

Cyber Protection Update
Cyber Crime Update

Regional Crime ReportDRYDEN – Dryden Police report an arrest in a case where a company website was threatened. In February of this year a Dryden business advised police that someone had targeted their web site to cause it to fail and further threaten the owners and family members of the business.

After a lengthy investigation which included the assistance of the OPP Internet Intelligence unit in Orillia and the Red Lake Ontario Provincial Police.

Dryden Police Report Arrest 


On Sat April 6th the Dryden Police Service made the arrest of an 18 year old Ear Falls man.

Chase Spence has been charged with Mischief to Data and uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm, he was released on an undertaking to appear in Dryden court on May 13th 2013 to answer to these charges.

Protecting your website

In many cases, protecting your website can start with your web hosting company.

In Thunder Bay Sencia offers hosting systems behind a secured firewall system. Sencia is one of the few hosting providers that provide full firewall protection for all of their clients.

One of the key things to keep in mind as well is the careful selection of your passwords. Instead of using 123456 or ‘Password’ as your password use a more secure password. There are password generators and passwords safes on the market that will help you to keep your secure password file.

Many people forget that simple passwords are very easily figured out.


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