Your company is probably going to get hacked. Here’s how to protect it

by Nina Easton, Fortune

In 2014 alone, the headlines arrived with unnerving regularity: Target TGT -0.95% CEO steps down after the cyber-theft of 40 million payment card numbers; a Russia crime ring has amassed 1.2 billion name and password combinations; a cyber-attack on JPMorgan Chase JPM 0.90% could compromise the accounts of 76 million households and seven million small businesses. And that doesn’t even include the quieter drip-drip of Fortune 500 trade secrets falling into the hands of Chinese cyber-spies.       Read the entire story.

 

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