(Bloomberg) -- The head of Tanium has apologized in a company blog for exposing a hospital's computer network during sales pitches.

When pitching its security technology to potential customers, Tanium sales staff used the internal corporate network of Silicon Valley-based El Camino Hospital for live demos without the hospital's permission or knowledge, and the hospital's identity was sometimes shared with the audience, according to people who presented or attended the demos. The Wall Street Journal reported the practice on Wednesday.

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