No. 1 thing IT departments can learn from the Panama Papers hack – TechRepublic
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No. 1 thing IT departments can learn from the Panama Papers hack – TechRepublic

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Staggeringly out of date software supports the conclusion that documents from Mossack Fonseca were exfiltrated by a hacker. Learn what vulnerabilities could have been used.

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The only security tech worth anything is the one that actually gets used. In this case it is even worse. Not even the simplest updates and patching was performed. Lesson learned: Don’t trust crooks that don’t know what they are doing.

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