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Editorial: Automated hacking

by Robert Krenn Editorial 21 Dec 2021

Let me start by pointing out that automated hacking is not a new problem, it has been around for some time. However, with companies’ attack surfaces becoming increasingly sprawling and complex, and with hacks getting more advanced, it is becoming a much more pressing problem for organisations.

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