"The company said the passwords were stored on internal company servers, where no outsiders could access them."
"The company" knows as well as everybody else that more info is stolen by those sitting inside the firewalls than those sitting outside.
posted on 03/21/2019 1:26:28 PM PDT
by Garth Tater
(What's mine is mine.)
To: Garth Tater
I was watching a CSPAN hearing while Marriott and Equifax CEO’s tap-danced around the cyber-security issue. They ignored the potential insider threat—and the Congress-critters questioning them were clueless as well.
You are correct—most data breaches are not hacks at all.
They are inside jobs.
The first suspects should always be employees with access to the hardware and software.
posted on 03/21/2019 1:53:28 PM PDT
(Democracy dies in darkness when Bezos bans books.)
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