Kim Trynacity reports:
During what was sometimes a testy exchange with MLAs, the president of NorQuest College fended off a wide range of questions Tuesday about an alleged fraud and massive security breach at the college between 2008 and 2012.
Appearing for the first time since the public learned about the incidents in September 2016, NorQuest president and CEO Jodi Abbott revealed to an all-party legislative committee that the college recovered $1.622- million in an out-of-court settlement with its former information technology (IT) manager.
As previously reported by CBC, NorQuest learned about the alleged fraud and privacy breach in early 2013, after Clarence Orleski, a former employee who had been terminated, reportedly sent a series of inappropriate and sexually graphic emails to two NorQuest staff members.
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