While corporations and law firms have been successfully infiltrated by well-trained nation state cybercriminals with unique hacking resources at their disposal, these are far from the only hackers that may be able to breach today’s cyber defenses.

Given the wide availability of hacking tools and resources, even those with little experience can comprise a company’s IT and web assets. Just ask Marcus Weinberger, a 15-year-old ethical hacker and son of Ben Weinberger, lawyer in residence at Prosperoware.

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