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Lax Controls Leave Fortune 500 Overexposed On the Net
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StephenGiderson
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StephenGiderson,
User Rank: Strategist
1/10/2019 | 11:40:51 PM
Open to easy risks
It is shocking to know that even large organisations are still letting themselves become vulnerable to potential risks which could have been avoided in the very first place with the tightest online security there is. This is the investment worth every penny that needs to be implemented without any doubt. There really isn't any point in having the greatest network around if it is just going to be taken over in no time.
NathanDavidson
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NathanDavidson,
User Rank: Moderator
1/8/2019 | 4:47:04 AM
Don't skimp on security
You would think that by now a lot of these companies would know better than to skimp on their security. But it seems like they haven't paid a price high enough yet for them to learn their lesson! I will take a page from this book and make sure my own facility is properly secure though! I don't want to risk having to learn this painful lesson if my company gets targeted! 


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