While retailers and healthcare organizations have dominated much of the data breach attention in recent weeks, a new study finds that the nation's colleges and universities are at even greater risk for cyberattacks.
While isolated, the notion of a messaging client leaking data is a serious one that calls for tighter control over instant messages in the enterprise.
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