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How many times have you come to accept a certain “truth” that eventually turned out to be complete fiction?
From “the world is flat” to “the Earth is the center of the universe” to “the government would never monitor my emails: these mass beliefs in something that were ultimately proven to be a myth was usually to the detriment of those who refused to accept reality over their closely held beliefs. New Cybersecurity Myths to Consider. And closer to home, for the average security professional, there are a set of beliefs that have been held sacrosanct by far more people than you could imagine. Unfortunately, the average hacker knows all too well that these beliefs are in reality myths which with they can exploit to financial gain. We have covered “Cybersecurity Myths Versus Reality” but felt it was time to revisit new myths to consider. According to William H. Sato in his Forbes article titled “These Are 10 Cybersecurity Myths That Must Be Busted,” you should re-evaluate your stance on these myths: "Cyber risk is a separate category of risk. 2. Cybersecurity is just an IT issue. 3. Protecting yourself is good enough.
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