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Macleod, C. ; Cyber-Ark Software, Newton, MA

The FBI reports that about 70% of all computer security breaches are perpetrated by internal hackers, i.e., ordinary employees who are motivated by curiosity, revenge or industrial espionage. With as much as 20% of workstations still set to their default passwords, hackers can easily work around these to gain access to sensitive company information. To minimize hacking incidents, organizations are encouraged to use automated ways to securely change priveleged passwords

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Communications Engineer  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

February-March 2007

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