The Identity Management Institute says employers need to put more emphasis on teaching employees best practices about protecting their digital information from cyberattacks and breaches. (Photo: iStock)

Hopefully anybody who has paid attention to the presidential race appreciates that cyberattacks are not only a threat to the most powerful people in the world.

If anything, the ease with which hackers have infiltrated sensitive emails sent by top-level government officials should be a wake-up call to employers who have not trained their workers on how to protect themselves and their employers from hacking.

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