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Fatal half-measures in incident response

By George V. Hulme
November 9, 2012 10:43 AM ET

CSO - According to our tenth annual Global Information Security Survey (GISS), conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers, many of the 12,052 business and technology execs surveyed reported that their organizations fell victim to a wide selection of breaches.

Those breaches included data exfiltration, mobile attacks, application breaches, network breaches, successful social engineering attacks, and lost or stolen removable storage devices. "One of the things I try convince clients is that while they may not be able to prevent certain breaches, they can certainly learn to respond to breaches more proactively," Dave Shackleford, senior VP, research and CTO at IANS says.

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