Sony isn''t the only company getting hit hard by hackers. Sega just joined the bunch, and Lockheed Martin's breach
is still fresh. How does your company set up a strong offense against hacks and breaches? Or, if your company's security has been compromised in the past, how did you respond and set up a sufficient defense?
I'd love to hear how you recommend these companies react to these very public data breaches, and how you'd advise other companies to avoid being sitting ducks.
Share your advice or experience, and we'll share 100 Knowledge Points!
June 20, 2011 7:52 PM
June 29, 2011 6:16 PM