Welcome, everyone. I’m sorry to call you in such a rush, but this is an emergency of international importance.
Yesterday, all files of the criminals had been stolen, by distracting us. We do not yet have any suspects, but my team is working on it non-stop. We have no evidence on what the criminal is planning to do with the files, but if I were the criminal, I would use the data to set some of them free. What do you think of the situation, what should we do?
I think your overreacting. How could he possibly use the data to set criminals free? This is just a waste of time.
What can he do with the data, you ask? Take this as an example: Our criminal wants to set free Charles Bronson. He looks at the data and sees that he will be moved to HMP Wakefield, and in the file of Wakefield Prison he can find that the security system will be on maintenance in April. That's when he can set Bronson free.
I suggest we maximize security in the top prisons. But that shouldn't be our top priority. The best thing we can do is finding the criminal, and stopping him.They came to an agreement, based on Scarlett's idea. They maximized the security of top prisons, but their focus was mainly on finding the criminal.
Now how are we going to track him, there's no evidence, or is there?
There isn't any right now, but I bet we'll find some clues by looking in the database logs of yesterday.
It looks like we've found our hacker, John. He has the IP address 220.127.116.11. Wait, that IP, I recognize it. Let's search for it in our database.
No, it can't be. John, I think we've got a problem. The hacker is one of our spies in BIC HQ. There's a traitor amongst us.They were both shocked.
I say we go to the HQ and ask the chief in function, John Sawers.
At least they let us inShe immediately called Sawers, letting him know who was there.
Let's search for the main computer, we need to check out the schedule of that day
I have worked here for ten years. I know this place like the back of my hand. The central computer should normally be in department D. Take a right here
He must be on his way, since that sneaky assistant called him. I say we'll just wait here, he'll be here anytime.
He won’t be here anytime soon. As I said earlier, he’s in Glasgow, investigating a case
That’s weird, I thought he was in Aberdeen
Well, yeah, well they’re close together aren’t they, I must have misspokenDearlove said he accepted the answer, but he knew she was hiding something.
What’s the problem, Richard, did you notice anything odd?
Something isn’t right here; Glasgow is 200 miles away from Aberdeen, why couldn’t she just say where he really was. I know she was lying, I had that feeling again, John
Your instincts are almost always right, Richard, but I trust Mister Sawer, I trained him and we worked side by side.
Did I say anything about Sawer? I just told you that assistant can’t be trusted. She has no proof she was his real assistant.
It’s the real secretary of John Sawers; I saw it on the name tag. Let’s see how she looks. That’s definitely not her, she’s an imposter
Do you have any theory of what happened, Richard?
I do not. But I think we might get a bit further by finding Sawer.
How are we possibly going to do that?
I forgot that I have his phone number right here. I’ll just give him a call
Hi, Richard, What’s the matter?
Nothing, just tell me where you are right now!
Take it easy there. You know I’m on vacation, you gave it to me
I did what?
You gave me the permission to go on a vacation two weeks ago, are you ok?
No, I’m not. We were hacked by a computer in your department. They told us you were in Scotland investigating something. You need to come here as soon as possible, that’s an order!
If I take the first plane, I can be there in 8 hours.
He’ll be here in 8 hours. We’re in serious trouble.
I’m here, sorry for the problems I brought you in. I’ll fix this immediately. I will go to my HQ and see what’s going on. Then I’ll …
No! This might be dangerous; there are probably dangerous criminals in there. Going out there alone will be instantaneous death. I will call the intervention team to go with us.
Everybody put your hands in the air. Don’t move or we will shoot you.Nobody was in the main room.
Everybody stay together. We’re going to search room by room.
We found them, Richard! Come over here
I’m a bit busy right nowHe was fighting the assistant, who tried to leave the building.
We found 9 guys who were trying to shoot us. They held 6 hostages, my employees.
This guy seems to be the leader; I’ll have a word with him.