Launch of the GReAT in Person website aims to inspire the next generation of IT security professionals and inform business of the benefits of threat intelligence
SecurityNewsDaily, by Matt Liebowitz
In a high-tech world where incidents of ultramodern cybercrime are rapidly becoming the norm, it seems that something as straightforward and arcane as a person’s signature — even an electronic one — would be a simple and effortless target for criminals.
But behind every electronic signature used in banking and tax transactions is a multipronged, and strong, network of security provisions keeping the signers — and their data — secure.
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