Posted by: SAS70ExPERT
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Are you reviewing you firewall rules quarterly? Have you implemented an (IDS) intrusion detection system? Are your routers set up to prevent unauthorized intruders? Do you have the latest and greatest virus protection? Are you performing a SAS70 audit every six months? Database security breaches are increasing daily and costing tremendous amounts of dollars that should have been spent on IT projects. You should at least have an emergency plan in place when data loss occurs. Without an emergency plan in place, the breach could continue and the legal costs could continue to escalate.