For cybersecurity, locked doors are as important as locked data

The proliferation of sophisticated cyberattacks against U.S. industry has put businesses on high alert for potential vulnerabilities in their network infrastructure, but with all the focus on high-tech hacking, many companies could be overlooking the low-tech, physical channels cybercriminals use to steal data. Dan Berger, president and chief executive of Redspin, says would-be hackers still rely on old-fashioned methods, such as eavesdropping on executives in bars and restaurants or simply making their way into administrative offices to initiate a data breach.

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