- The reason radio is uniquely susceptible to hackers seeking ransom.
- You may not care about the greedy owners of radio groups, but it appears employees have also had their personal information breached.
- The radio group thought to be the next easy target for a massive hack attack.
- Proof of how radio groups are not taking hacking seriously despite the industry’s previous costly incidents.
- Private equity owners have their own unique way of dealing with ransom demands – see if it makes your personal information feel any safer.
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