By  on August 30, 2017

Columbia Sportswear is ending a lawsuit against a hacker who accessed “high-level” company information and employee e-mails, but will continue to litigate against the technology vendor he worked for.

Michael Leeper allegedly hacked into Columbia’s private computer network and had unauthorized access to company and employee information for more than two years before the company became aware of the breach last year. Leeper worked during this time as chief technology officer of Denali Advanced Integration, but before that, he worked for more than a decade as a “high-level” IT employee of Columbia.

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