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LinkedIn’s response to password breach raises troubling questions


LinkedIn has taken to its company blog to explain what it is doing to mitigate a data breach that led to 6.46 million account passwords leaking online.

It’s believed the passwords were hashed but measures were not taken to bolster the algorithm’s security — a process known as ’salting’.

The company could have foreseen a security issue. Perhaps if LinkedIn had a chief information officer (CIO), or a chief information security officer (CISO), it may have done?

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, LinkedIn’s response to password breach raises troubling questions- Between the Lines – ZDNet.com



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