Top Five Network Security Tips for 2013

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What exactly does this mean? Well, when planning our defense, it is the norm to develop a plan based on a clean network. However, in today's age of stealth malware, targeted attacks and a more open network, this is a faulty assumption. Rethinking network security means you start with a different assumption...assume you have already been hacked. Now it's time to re-plan your defense. With this approach, your security will surely be different!

With the continued rise of data breaches and cyber attacks, AlgoSec, a leading provider of network security policy management, offers a top five list of information security resolutions organizations should strive to attain this year.

The common theme across these resolutions is to step back from what is being done today, examine the organization’s technologies, processes and culture and ultimately take a proactive approach to addressing security.

 

Related Topics : Unisys, Stimulus Package, Security Breaches, Symantec, Electronic Surveillance

 
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