10 steps to safety

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So your systems have been compromised — a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack shut your network down or a worm infected dozens of your users’ desktop machines. Now what do you do? Here are 10 steps to help safeguard your systems in the future.

1. Begin by establishing corporate security policies. These should include policies on employee use of so-called personal storage devices, such as MP3 players and USB memory sticks, which can house unauthorized executables. 2. Be particularly clear on the consequences of failing to heed your ...

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