In today’s digital world, data breaches may seem as common as Zoom calls. During April alone, the Houston Rockets basketball team was targeted by a sophisticated ransomware attack; ParkMobile (a popular mobile app that allows users to pay for parking spots from their phone) suffered a data breach that led to users’ information being listed for sale on a crime forum; and the personal details of 533 million Facebook users were discovered in a hacking forum.
As the saying goes, there are two types of businesses: those that were hacked, and those that will be.
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