Four Lessons All Companies Can Learn from Baseball’s Astros Hacking Scandal
Most of us assume that corporate espionage and digital theft of trade secrets rarely occur outside of technology, retail, and finance. But as the recent hacking of the Houston Astros’ internal computer network—allegedly by St. Louis Cardinals employees—proves, every company in every industry is vulnerable.
As cybersecurity breaches become increasingly common, says James Pooley, companies need to take steps to protect their information assets. If it can happen in baseball, it can happen anywhere.
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