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While it's unfortunate that UPS was hit with this malware, I have to give them kudos: after a warning was issued about it, they genuinely searched their systems, found an infection, dealt with it, and notified customers. Prevention is best, but you can't stop everything...responsiveness to new threats is crucial, and I feel like a lot of companies just ignore them. From what I can tell, they did things right.
A stupid operation if you ask me. It's already in the spotlight, so it's not like they're shining a light. And there's enough hysteria ... they were going to announce the name of the officer, but now they're holding that info due to threats of violence. What is this accomplishing?
Ha! Next tech advancement: Warpuppy to protect against WarKitteh attacks. Emits high frequency noise that dog hears when Warkitteh is sensed nearby. Barking scares cat away = no theft.
Ha! Pretty interesting. Just another reason why dogs are better than cats. A loyal dog would never give up my Wi-Fi info!
I've heard this argument that some things could be improved due to the costs associated with notifying, but usually not a lets-not-notify at all approach. I'm sure many executives wish they could push everything under the rug, but it's not often they actually state it.
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