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Quick Take: The CIA — Good At Spying, Bad At Data Loss Prevention

Key Takeaways From The WikiLeaks Revelations Of Widespread CIA Device-Hacking

March 10, 2017

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This week, controversial media organization WikiLeaks released a trove of leaked documents purporting to prove the existence of a sophisticated covert US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) hacking program targeting everyday devices, from smartphones to smart TVs. In this quick take report, we tell security and risk (S&R) professionals the real lessons they should glean from the CIA hacking leaks, the impact the revelations will have on their own firms' digital initiatives, and the immediate steps they can take to secure their organizations' sensitive assets and protect their reputations.

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