Tedesco, who is part of the elite cybersecurity team at Carbon Black, was vacationing in Venice this month. Like a lot of tourists, he needed to hit an ATM to withdraw a little local currency. Rather than just whipping out his bank card and jamming it carelessly into the machine, he took a moment to do a quick visual inspection. It’s a good thing he did, too, because Tedesco immediately noticed that there was something fishy about the card reader. There was a bit of glue residue around its perimeter, which was enough to arouse his suspicions. He grabbed hold, gave it a tug, and off it came.
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