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The hacker compromised the firm’s global email server through an “administrator’s account” that, in theory, gave them privileged, unrestricted “access to all areas”.
The account required only a single password and did not have “two-step“ verification, sources said.
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In 2012, Deloitte, which has offices all over the world, was ranked the best cybersecurity consultant in the world.
At this point, life is becoming a parody of itself.
I wonder if this'll affect companies' lobbying in Congress viz. accountability for data breaches.