Trying to be trendy with the "Hackrz." I meant, cyber hackers, or, really really smart people with shitloads of time on their hands.
I'm seeing a trend in "cyber" liability. Essentially, if you have sensitive data, and it's hacked, who does the lawyer sue?
The point of innovation is to go paperless, for the "environment" or something. However, if it's electronic, and connected to the internet, it's vulnerable.
ADP just got hacked. Um, if you employees don't get their checks, what happens?
Or, you clients get overcharged, or under-delivered?