How will you protect yourself from a cyber attack?

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According to Symantec, cyber crime will become the 'norm' in 2013 as more nations and groups will use cyber tactics to destroy sensitive funds and information. The company anti-virus company believes the top threat will come from hacktivist groups, who will specialize in attacks on individuals and non-government organizations. Tell us how you will protect yourself from a cyber attack.

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I can speak to this from an independent consultant’s perspective. You absolutely, positively must get rid of your low-hanging fruit. Study after study shows that this is what the criminal hackers and malware are exploiting. Unless and until you fix these basics, you’ll continue to be a target and get hit.

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  • TomLiotta
    Step #1: Don't disclose how your protection will be implemented. 'Security by obscurity' is not sufficient, but it is a viable added layer of 'Security in depth'. -- Tom
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  • jezz341
    Step#2 don't share your credentials may it be your friend or team mates. Only you must know and use passphrase which are not common enough to memorize.
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