Sunday, 6 September 2015

The seven deadly sins of incident response

From Continuity –

“The seemingly endless barrage of attacks on government and enterprise networks has made it clear that organizations need to be much more proactive when it comes to security. Deploying perimeter defences / defences like firewalls and antivirus, and expecting them to keep attackers off of your network, has become just plain foolish in the light of today’s increasingly complex threat landscape. Today it is not a matter of if, but when you will be attacked. Security success is no longer just about keeping threats out of your network, but instead about how quickly you can respond and thwart an attack when it happens.

Despite this scenario, many organizations still haven’t gotten it quite right when it comes to incident response. Here are ‘seven deadly sins’ that Lancope often sees companies committing when attempting to build an incident response function.”

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