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Joe Uniejewski warns that concentrating sensitive data in one place is no longer a responsible solution

You log onto your bank's website to conduct a few overdue transactions. You supply a password, PIN and a personal piece of information. Then you are conveniently able to transfer your hard-earned funds. It is simple. You have proven your identity. The transaction is encrypted. It is relatively ...

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