Employees Go Rogue at Shopify
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Two rogue employees caused a security breach at online e-commerce giant Shopify when they tried to access and obtain transaction details from shop owners. Shopify, which is working with the FBI, estimates that the number of stores affected by the employees’ actions is fewer than 200. Catalin Cimpanu at ZDNet has more.
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