The indictment handed down this week against 12 Russian nationals over the hacks of the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee ahead of the 2016 U.S. elections are a reminder than even sophisticated organizations aren’t immune to cyberattacks.

That includes private corporations, which can also fall prey to hackers, even if they have top-notch cybersecurity.

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