Big gulp: Coca-Cola data breach caused by disgruntled ex-employee

By Derek Kortepeter of TechGenix

No matter how strong a company’s InfoSec policies are, and how strong their IT security team is, there will always be breaches of security. One key factor in this reality is the human element as human actions (malicious or benign) can open up the company to cybersecurity incidents.

This is an issue that businesses of all kinds deal with, but when multinational corporations are involved, the stakes are higher in every way due to the number of people in danger and the money that can be lost.

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