Arresting cyberespionage

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Arresting cyberespionage
Arresting cyberespionage
If ever there was any doubt whether the security industry had found a way to stop cyberespionage, the activities of the past few months should put that to rest. Hactivist groups Anonymous and LulzSec have made it clear that no computer network, not even those of security companies, are immune from penetration. Enhanced spam-filtering technology and increased user awareness are critical in combatting cyber offenses, but companies must assume their systems are already breached and should therefore analyze their network for inappropriate activity. Perhaps today's top challenge facing senior IT personnel is to get the C-suite to sign off on implementing a 24/7 security system before the enterprise suffers a breach.
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