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Stealthy Shell sales could bag $10bn

PETER VOSER, chief executive of Royal Dutch Shell, is selling $10 billion (£6.4 billion) of assets as part of his drive to revitalise the oil giant.

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Shell employee data breach articles generated by royaldutchshellplc.com

ARTICLES ABOUT WORLDS BIGGEST LEAK OF EMPLOYEE DATA, ALL GENERATED FROM A SHELL INSIDER LEAK TO JOHN DONOVAN AT ROYALDUTCHSHELLPLC.COM

POTENTIALLY DISASTROUS DATA SECURITY BREACH AT SHELL: 4 February 2010

Threat to the privacy and safety of thousands of Shell employees: 7 February 2010

LEAKED SHELL INTERNAL WARNING ON DATA THEFT: DO NOT BE ALARMED: 7 February 2010

Shell ethics boss wants evidence of data theft to be destroyed: 10 February 2010

Updated: Shell ethics boss wants evidence of data theft to be destroyed: 10 February 2010

Which Shell official lied about employee Data breach implications?: 12 February 2010

Shell guilty of allowing worlds biggest breach of employee details: 16 February 2010

BY OTHER PUBLISHERS

Wall Street Journal/Dow Jones Newswires syndicated article: “Shell Data Leak May Compromise Safety Of Staff – Emails” published on 4 February 2010 by various websites including: –

SmartMoney

Dow Jones Deutschland

MORNINGSTAR

ADVFN.COM

tradesignalonline.com

english.capital.gr

First Enercast Financial

tweetmeme.com

First Enercast Financial

ARTICLES FROM 11 FEBRUARY

Financial Times: Shell staff details leaked to campaign groups: 11 February 2010

Times Online: Confidential Shell database published on web: 12 February 2010

ComputerWeekly.com: Did activists infiltrate Shell to obtain contacts database?: 12 February 2010

ComputerWeekly.com: Shell staff details revealed in security breach

Evening Express: Alert after Shell workers’ data leaked on web: 12 February 2010

Financial Times: Shell employees’ details leaked to environmental campaigners: 12 February 2010

Financial Times Blog: Shell’s directory leak shouldn’t be taken lightly: 12 February 2010

Reuters: SHELL INVESTIGATES INTERNET POSTING OF PERSONAL DETAILS: 12 February 2010

Miami Herald: Shell employee list leaked to environmental groups

San Francisco Chronicle: Shell employee list leaked to environmental groups

The Seattle Times: Shell employee list leaked to environmental groups

NBC TV Indianapolis: Shell employee list leaked to environmental groups

Energy Tribune: Shell employee list leaked to environmental groups

Taiwan News: Shell employee list leaked to environmental groups

All Turk News (Turkey): Shell employee list leaked to environmental groups

msnbc.com: Shell employee list leaked to environmental groups

Houston Chronicle: Shell employee list leaked to environmental groups

The Boston Globe: Shell employee list leaked to environmental groups

USA TODAY: Shell employee list leaked to environmental groups

The Sacramento Bee: Shell employee list leaked to environmental groups

Star Tribune Minneapolis St Paul, Minnesota: Shell employee list leaked to environmental groups

The Times: SHELL INVESTIGATES INTERNET POSTING OF PERSONAL DETAILS:13 February 2010

Reuters: SHELL INVESTIGATES INTERNET POSTING OF PERSONAL DETAILS: 13 February 2010

Related articles also published on 12 February 2010

925NL: Oproep van ontevreden Shell-werknemers aan NGO’s: kom undercover bij ons!

ABC NEWS: Shell Employee List Leaked to Environmental Groups

Associated Press: Shell employee list leaked to environmental groups

BBC News: Shell security breach reveals employee details

Bloomberg: Shell Staff List E-Mailed to Rights Campaign Activists, FT Says

Classic fm: Shell Security Breach: Staff Details Leaked

Dark Reading: Shell Employee Directory Leaked, Allegedly By Activist Workers

DutchNews.NL: Shell personnel details leaked to green lobby

Forbes: Shell employee list leaked to environmental groups

Financial Times: Shell staff contact list leaked to environmental campaign groups

Financial Times Lombard: Unignorable thesis

The Gouverneur Times: Shell employee list leaked to environmental groups

Irish Herald.ie: Shell staff details exposed online in security leak risk

Huffington Post: Shell Employee List LEAKED: Distributed To Environmental Groups

JACK FM: Shell Security Breach: Staff Details Leaked

Los Angeles Times: Shell says employee list circulating among environmental groups is authentic

People Management: Shell staff details leaked to green campaigners

Radio Nederland: Oil company Shell’s staff data leaked

Remember Saro-Wiwa: Shell Leaks Blast Company’s Record on Nigeria

Sharecast: Royal Dutch Shell was at the centre of a major security breach last night

Sky News: Shell Security Breach: Staff Details Leaked

CITY A.M.: SHELL STAFF DETAILS LEAKED TO CAMPAIGN GROUPS

ARTICLES ON 14 FEBRUARY 2010

COMPUTERWORLD: Shell security under microscope after massive data leak

NETWORKWORLD: Shell security under microscope after massive data leak

ARTICLES ON 15 FEBRUARY 2010

The Register: Shell hit by massive data breach

ITPRO: Shell hit by massive data breach

EveningExpress: Activists blamed for Shell data leak could work in Aberdeen

TalkTechToMe: Shell’s Data Breach: A Security Spill?

ITBusinessEdge: Shell Investigating Data Breach

IR magazine: Vigilantes target Royal Dutch Shell investors

HELP NET SECURITY: Shell’s employee database breached: 170,000 records compromised

DataBreaches.net: Shell employee contact data breach affects over 100,000

ICIS: Shell employees’ personal details leaked

ARTICLES ON 16 FEBRUARY

ITWIRE: Shell’s internal directory leaked to activists

Nigerian Compass: Shell investigates security breach that leaks staff details

ITPRO: Shell data hackers hoped to kick-off ‘revolution’


PREVIOUS THEFT OF PERSONAL DATA OF SHELL EMPLOYEES: October 2008

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Alert after Shell workers’ data leaked on web

Evening Express: Claim that oil firm staff could be at risk

By Jennifer McKiernan and Charlotte Jordan

Published: 12/02/2010


ADVICE: Shell employees at Tullos have been told not to be alarmed

A DATA leak has put Shell oil workers in danger from cyber-criminals and environmental activists, it was claimed today.

A Shell database containing details of 102,000 employees and contractor information was accessed and sent out from the firm, which has a major base in Aberdeen.

The information includes private addresses and mobile phone numbers.

Among those to be sent the details were British blogger John Donovan who said the personal details could be used to dupe staff and put workers in dangerous situation. read more

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Did activists infiltrate Shell to obtain contacts database?

ComputerWeekly.com

Ian Grant
Friday 12 February 2010 05:49

Royal Dutch Shell may have been infiltrated by activists, according to one of the people who received an e-mail containing Shell’s staff contact details and a 177-page infiltration guide.

John Donovan, a corporate activist who runs a “name and shame” website about Shell, received the original message. The message, which contained the names and contact details of more than 170,000 Shell staff and contractors, was signed by 116 people who claimed to be Shell employees. read more

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