Automation increases vulnerability to hacks

TECH SUPPORT: Terrence Boylan, left, CEO of PacketLogix, specializing in highly responsive information technology support, consulting and managed IT services, works with client Charles Antone, chief operating officer for Building Enclosure Science.
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TECH SUPPORT: Terrence Boylan, left, CEO of PacketLogix, specializing in highly responsive information technology support, consulting and managed IT services, works with client Charles Antone, chief operating officer for Building Enclosure Science.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
At a recent Rhode Island Manufacturers Association breakfast, Cooley Group President and CEO Daniel R. Dwight listened as the roughly 500 attendees were asked if their businesses had ever been hacked. About 40% said yes, and at the same time, the rest laughed. The question didn’t even need to be asked, Dwight said. “People try…

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