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"A Big One" the Half Billion Users Cyber Hack of Yahoo

While it's not a surprise to hear that this order of magnitude of users have been corporate hacked, the rise of the digital business means everyone is more or less online these days. What is shocking is the date, 2014 and the sense of resignation that some may have to the event. This is far too late for professional cyber security risk management that should have organisational practices inside Yahoo one would expect.
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