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Massive cyberattacks are making the news more frequently, in part because of their potential to wreak devastation on financial systems, health care, and public utilities. Many cyberattacks these days are not the fault of Phil in Accounting accidentally responding to a phishing attack. They're systemic vulnerabilities in computer code and lack of updated server and network security. Whether the attacks work because of insufficient employee training or outdated servers or bad code, there are many types of attacks.

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