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Catching Attacks From The Inside Means Crunching More Data
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PJS880
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12/17/2012 | 3:11:19 PM
re: Catching Attacks From The Inside Means Crunching More Data






I
am pretty sure that monitoring and logging are out into place for
this particular reason right here. They are studied and learned from
in the event to better protect themselves f or a future attack. It is
to bad that these logs are usually not used unless an incident occurs
that requires them to see what happened. With a 7 billion dollar hit
someone is going to be very upset and looking for measure so it does
not happen again.

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SSERGIO123
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12/4/2012 | 10:07:54 PM
re: Catching Attacks From The Inside Means Crunching More Data
Check all outbound traffic. Hackers will get in, but you can prevent them from getting out. Outbound traffic is the choke point.
Bryan Yurcan
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12/4/2012 | 4:16:52 PM
re: Catching Attacks From The Inside Means Crunching More Data
Interesting, something all financial services companies need to be aware of
Ivy Schmerken
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12/4/2012 | 4:02:10 PM
re: Catching Attacks From The Inside Means Crunching More Data
Great article! Wall Street firms plagued by insider trading and fraud should heed the advice here, as well as the warnings about IT administrators who believe they can skirt monitoring.- Clearly, this takes data correlation effort on the part of inhouse security experts.- Is every firm up to the task?


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