I may be overstating a bit, but it seems like we can’t go a week without some breach or ransom attack hitting the news cycles. It’s even more frustrating when these incidents affect the lives of the rank and file, such as long gas lines—or no gas.
Although it’s easy to play Monday-morning quarterback, the common pattern is that companies are using security technology that’s less than effective, and perhaps the security talent on the ground is the same. Just saying.
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The uptick in attacks is changing some hearts and minds. Some of France’s most sensitive state and corporate data can now be stored in public clouds, specifically Google and Microsoft, if licensed to French companies, the government said recently. This is an about-face from the French government’s previous trust in only local systems.
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