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How To Prevent The Three Most Common Cyber Threats To Building Systems

Imagine a Fortune 500 company that was so lax with its cybersecurity that it didn’t bother to include even the most basic protections for its computer network, like strong passwords, antivirus, or up-to-date software. Imagine this network was so poorly managed, that the company didn’t know how many computers it had, where they were located, or who had access to them. As a result, tens of thousands of the company’s computers were regularly left unprotected and unmonitored, while being publicly accessible over the web.

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