2. “If you’ve got a virus on that (home) computer and you hook it up to the network, you’re going to disperse that virus onto the company’s network. That’s the biggest concern about using your own computer,” said Eric Brown, a managing partner at D9 Technologies in Englewood.
3. “We absolutely predict (third party attacks) will grow because they are easier. Why go after 500 entities separately when I can go to one, infiltrate their system and get access to 500 organizations’ information,” said Eva Velasquez, president and CEO of the Identity Theft Resource Center.