Hacking -- The corporate cover-up

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The anonymity and universal access of cyberspace makes cybercrime attractive and easy.

If customers, partners and employees can access sensitive systems from anywhere in the world, then the same pathway to the core infrastructure and priceless data exists for hackers as well.No long ago, a senior executive from one of corporate America's large bellwether stocks received a ...

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