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Jan. 11, 2022, 6:23 p.m. | /u/license_to_kill_007

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Is it me or does it seem like the cybersecurity war across the board is pretty much a lost cause at this point?

Granted, I don't intend to give up, but I get the feeling that the pace of change is simply too fast for any business to keep up with. Am I off-base here?

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