PBN Summit: Best protection might come from thinking like hackers

CRIMINAL MINDSET: Lisa A. Shorr, left, vice president at Secure Future Tech Solutions, and Eric M. Shorr, Secure Future Tech president, say cyber wrongdoers often take advantage of habits that office workers think are harmless. 
PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI
CRIMINAL MINDSET: Lisa A. Shorr, left, vice president at Secure Future Tech Solutions, and Eric M. Shorr, Secure Future Tech president, say cyber wrongdoers often take advantage of habits that office workers think are harmless. 
PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI
Desktop computers left logged in over the weekend. Laptops and flash drives left unattended on desks. Sticky notes with email and system logins stuck to the walls of a cubicle. They’re common sights in many workplaces, and likely don’t raise an eyebrow when encountered day to day. But office workers should rethink what may seem…

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