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Data Leak Week: Billions of Sensitive Files Exposed Online
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smtaylor12,
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12/12/2019 | 2:55:40 PM
Unfortunately, this article could be reposted many different times throughout the year
It's truly like the movie Groundhog Day, same story seems to repeat itself...maybe a different agency, company or service provider are hit. But, the result is the same...
bwilkes8@gmail.com
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12/11/2019 | 11:46:48 AM
Data Leak Week: Billions of Sensitive Files Exposed Online
Great article, very well laid out. May ask I if you would consider writing an article on the number of entry level cybersecurity professionals that can't get hired because companies are grabbing CS pros from other businesses. Which inturn feeds appears to be fueling the false narrative of a skills gap and shortage. As an aspiring, studying for AWS certs, CS candidate, I can tell you this breach was avoidable. Whomever configured the IAM accounts failed to properly set least privilege and improper security group roles. If the went on form a week it also appears no one was doing an account review. This breach was avoidable.


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