Episode 1032 – Most Insider Breaches Are Not Malicious, Just Stupid Mistakes By People

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A new report from Code42 details what security professionals already know, most insider breaches are not malicious. This episode talks about the report and why it’s important to keep your focus on the data and not necessarily the causes of breaches.

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