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ClarenceR927
ClarenceR927,
User Rank: Strategist
1/23/2017 | 2:06:42 PM
Prevention is good detection is a MUST.
No matter how good you think your defense are, no matter how good they really are, if someone wants to own you they can, and will, find a way. Prevention should make that effort as hard as is humanly possible but never ever think that prevention actually works. More time and resources need to be focused on finding intruders fast and limiting the damage they can do. Going back to ask for more money from CEOs who assume they are safe because they have a firewall is painful but the lessons of the past are very clear: even the best orginizations with competent security have been hacked so you better assume you are or soon will be and work at finding and stopping those already inside,
JohnN734
JohnN734,
User Rank: Apprentice
1/20/2017 | 3:29:33 PM
Blame Endpoint Security Vendors
The mainstream endpoint AV software makers are still selling their black-list based solutions as if they were still effective. Of course, in a world where polymorphic malware is the norm, those products don't stand much of chance at being effective. Truly effective endpoint protection tools (application whitelisting, for example) are out there, but they are few, far between, and out of reach of most individuals and organizations.


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