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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Jim Kegley
High-tech thieves don't have to dig through your garbage to find sensitive files like bank statements and credit card bills. Nowadays, they can steal private information from old laptops, smartphones, fax machines, copiers, servers and pretty much any electronic device.
"Oftentimes, banks will ask non-IT guys to do this," Mr. Kegley said. "That's where we typically see mistakes made, because non-IT people won't have the specific knowledge for every kind of device."
"The resellers make much more money than the original manufacturers as far as profit," Mr. Kegley said. "The margins for selling a new product are really, really slim."