Who are the real victims of hacking?

Will we ever reach a point in computing history where hackers no longer have the upper hand, where organizations can operate safely on the internet, and where people no longer have to worry about their online safety? I think the answer is yes, but it will require making some tough decisions about changing the way we perceive cyber security.

We need to consider shifting our perspectives away from some of the common “best practice” security methods that many organizations have in place, and implement simpler and more streamlined requirements that have the potential to provide a much greater degree of security.

It all starts with getting the right policies in place.

Take a few minutes to watch this video about the real victims of hacking and then ask yourself if you are ready to shift your perspectives towards a simpler and more effective level of cyber security.

Here's some #WednesdayWisdom: just one mis-configuration on any #business network is enough to create a major #cybersecurity problem.
https://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/news/microsoft-exposes-250-million-call/

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