Re: Adobe was hacked
If an offsite vendor maintains encrypted backups of your onsite data, would you ship it to them on physical media? Or would you rely on them for data transmission? I prefer the former: You burn it, you ship it, they sign for receipt, and it's easy to maintain physical media in a vault.
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