Unless you've been living under a rock, you probably heard about the Sony data breach this week where hackers accessed the personal information of nearly 7000 employees, including social security numbers and birth dates. And, most covered by the media, the personal emails of Sony executives were hacked, with them dishing about the world's biggest celebrities like Angelina Jolie.
But setting aside all the hype, the reality is that no one is immune to data breach. NMHC’s Jeanne McGlynn Delgado recently covered this issue in a published article, outlining the risks and what can be done to help limit them. Click here to read the article.
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