Recently, the most powerful man in the world had his information leaked. President Donald Trump had his schedule leaked to the press. The contents of his schedule were limited, not because much was held back, just simply that he had little scheduled.
But this is not an article based on the Presidency but on data security. Worryingly, President Trump responded by reporting that getting his schedule was “very easy to do”. Which raises some concerns around his data security? So, if you are a member of the White House data security team… or just generally interested in data security, read on…
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