Thus spake Rolf Weber:
> what's if someone from inside helped - without knowing about it.
> i'm awaiting the first viruses to do such stuff...
I think you'd have two possibilities:
One, the person was negligent, and thus inadvertantly assisted in the
intrusion (clueless person handing out passwords over the phone,
etc.), in which case it's pretty straightforward: just like if I
didn't arm the alarm system/lock the door on the way out.
Two, the person wasn't negligent, in which case I don't think it's
WRT case one, I don't think there are too many insurance companies who
will give you a policy that covers you being catastrophically stupid
and thus harming yourself. (Of course, I think that's how a lot of
people see firewalls: a license to be stupid on their internal nets.)
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