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How to Engage Your Cyber Enemies
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MarkSindone
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MarkSindone,
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1/17/2019 | 2:05:37 AM
Wire your Security up
I reckon that hiring a security company to ensure that you have the appropriate security systems up is one of the most important things in ensuring that threats are reduced right? It's not just about having the wiring in storage properly organized or installing the right protective systems in place but contiguous monitoring! Unless you have some sort of dedicated security services taking care of that, your facility may not be as safe as you want it to be...
EdwardThirlwall
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EdwardThirlwall,
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1/9/2019 | 1:04:17 AM
Staying ahead of attacks
It is a difficult task to complete to stay ahead of your cyberattackers because the more advanced the technology that you use, the more high-tech the attacks would most likely to be. The attackers take the opportunity of evolving technologies to further upgrade their techniques. This simply means that outdoing them might cause them to further excel and beat you at your own game.
RyanSepe
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RyanSepe,
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12/18/2018 | 11:23:17 AM
Take Personal Security Measures-Poking the Bear
The recommendation by the article is to ensure that you limit the ability that if you are discovered for the adversary to link it back to your company. I would recommend to take this one step further and not operate within the internal networks of your organizaiton. Instead, operate on the surface. Utilize a public IP so that if anything goes wrong you are less likely to be fingerprinted.


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