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Home networks are around three and a half times more likely to have malware on them than corporate networks. So think about your entire workforce at home using their own wifi routers and various states of passwords and that certainly expands the opportunity for the bad guys.
Tim Norris, RSA
What we really need to think is rethink the problem. If the problem is, ‘How do we take care of someone, with a routine, repeatable type of issue in as safe and effective, high-quality, low-cost way as possible?’ That problem opens up a whole new world for us.
Dr. Lyle Berkowitz, Back9 Healthcare Consulting
Those that are best prepared for a pandemic certainly are those that have already invested early on in their data and analytics capabilities.
Lee Pierce, Sirius
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