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Fatal Half-measures in Incident Response

CSO Online writes about a rather sad list of security breaches at, and the half-hearted approach companies take in dealing with the security on their networks and websites.

What I find most embarrassing is that it appears (judging by the actions) that many companies have their lawyers do some kind of borked risk assessment , and decide that they can just leave things as-is and yell foul when there’s a breach. After all, particularly in the US prosecutors are very heavy handed with breaches, even when the company has been totally negligent. That’s weird, because an insurance company wouldn’t pay out for a break-in when you’ve left your front door wide open! The problem is of course that the damage will have been done, …

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