One week ago, we had a new corp member, Berolt steal a number of ships from our common SMA. Due to the vagrancies of POS security, apart from managing an inordinate number of personal POSes at great overall expense in fuel and infrastructure, you eventually end up with either hangers or SMAs where members have access to other members ships, and perhaps modules. While my director level assets were secure, and our core membership assets were secure, our newest members, our "line members" shared space was open to this type of action.
I give credit to our members who rallied after this invasion both in support of their corp mates who lost ships and in addressing the thieves themselves during the heist. While perhaps minor in the bigger picture of EVE, losing your hard earned assets to another individual's asshatery is simply one of the lowest of the lows when it comes to player activity. I can admire, to a certain degree, those that infiltrate and gain access to the highest levels of a corporation's finances seeking to destroy from within. Take this that occurred just days after our own...
You can't have a sandbox game without having those that simply want to run around and kick over sandcastles. I look forward to the day, hopefully soon, when this type of activity is curtailed by the game mechanics that currently allow for it with few options to avoid it. Then we can move ahead to more enjoyable aspects of the sandbox rather than dealing with the lowest members of it.