Fixing the five most common security gaps

A Silicon Valley communications company with millions of U.S. customers, 175 major locations, 4,500 employees and $80 million in revenue equipped with internet firewalls, anti-virus software and user passwords thought they were secure from computer hackers and Internet intruders. From a testing facility more than 5,000 miles away in Kitchener, Ont., and across an international border, Intellitactics gained unauthorized access to their internal network in just 10 minutes, then within the next half hour accessed corporate e-mails, business proposals, user passwords, employee payroll, corporate information and customer lists!

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