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(Illustration by Stuart Briers)

Of the many emotions spurred by U.S. intelligence agen cies’ conclusion that Russian hackers sought to influence the 2016 presidential election, one of the most prevalent was a sense of disbelief. But far from the lights and acrimony of the election, the corporate world knows all too well that such cyberespionage is not only possible, but is becoming more commonplace every day.

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