As long as search engines exist, anyone with a computer and internet access can Google dork your organization.

A hacker was recently indicted by the U.S. government for illegally accessing a computer connected to a municipal dam in Rye, New York. According to the U.S. attorney general’s allegations, the hacker was working on behalf of a foreign government when he located an unprotected computer at the dam and gained access to its industrial-control system, giving him the capability to remotely operate the dam’s sluice gate.

5 steps to protect yourself against ‘Google dorking’