interpol is a huge network but some parts are just lowhanging fruit for thieves and hackers
"Some thieves have broken into the Interpol offices in Pretoria. You may ask what this has to do with cyber liability business? It's not really "hacking" is it?
Among the items stolen are five laptops, cameras and data storage devices. It is believed none of the computers had active security codes, allowing the thieves easy access to the data. This really means that the names of informants and other sensitive information is effectively in the "wrong hands" now.
your security or transaction is as save as the worst secured part of your network or installation