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7/14/2015
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14 Security Fails That Cost Executives Their Jobs

Katherine Archuleta, the director of the Office of Personnel Management, is the latest casualty of a data breach, but she's certainly not the only one. There's no job security when your job is security.
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Katherine Archuleta, former director of the Office of Personnel Management, speaking at a United States Department of Agriculture event in 2014.
(Image: USDA photo by Todd Witham via Flickr under CC02 license )

Katherine Archuleta, former director of the Office of Personnel Management, speaking at a United States Department of Agriculture event in 2014.

(Image: USDA photo by Todd Witham via Flickr under CC02 license )

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