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Why and How Every Organization With APIs Must React Immediately to the Yahoo! Breach

Last week, it was revealed that over 500 million Yahoo! accounts were breached.  At first blush, a great many IT personnel are likely to overlook the recent breach as having little or no impact on their organizations. But that is not the case and it is particularly important for just about any organization -- especially those that are currently providing APIs -- to take action immediately.
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