Everyday Enterprise Security Risks

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Using deprecated hash algorithms in SSL certificates

Make sure your infrastructure is up to date with patches and fix packs

Bypassing SSL and creating security holes into your organization

Guessing document versions

Poor password and access policies

Virus-laden downloads and committed documents

Logging of personally identifiable information (PII) in trace logs

Prod vs Dev Clarity

Defining, recognizing and handling risky behavior

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