Breach (the adventure continues)

“Data Breach Affects Time Warner Cable Subscribers,” The Wall Street Journal, September 2, 2017 B3.  A company vendor left over 4 million records on a cloud-based server.  Thankfully, BroadSoft reported “that none of the unsecured information was ‘highly sensitive.'”  At least not “highly sensitive” to them.

Vendors causing a breach, again.  Customer data exposed, again.  Are there lessons here?

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