By Gregory Pings
Upon hearing the news that a Russian crime ring that has collected 1.6 billion Internet credentials, you likely asked yourself: “Are my online accounts and data safe?” Or you may have wondered: “Are my customers’ personal information safe?” Since the stolen credentials are username and password combinations as well as email addresses, your questions are on target.
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More Articles About Information Security from Mark Leary
Mark has held successive positions in global corporate security oversight for Fortune 200 firms in defense, aerospace, manufacturing, and services industry segments. He sits as the company cybersecurity representative on the Business Roundtable, National Manufacturing Association, and IT Sector Coordinating Council to the Department of Homeland Security. All of his articles on Simplify Work are available here.
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