Five Things to Do After You've Been Hacked

May 16, 2014

Download It's only a matter of time before more organizations experience similar attacks. Why? Because hackers only need to exploit one vulnerability and defenders need to cover all of them. It typically just takes a single user unknowingly clicking on a link and the hacker is in. In addition, hackers spend 100 percent of their time focused on accomplishing the mission while most IT and security teams are tasked with multiple competing priorities, not only defending the network. Once these sophisticated attackers gain entry, the damage can be extensive.

Organizations can't expect to never get hacked. But they can expect to improve their response and mitigate the impact of attacks now and in the future. This eGuide will recommend five steps organizations should take once they’ve been hacked.


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