So who hit your network today?

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So who hit your network today?

If disaster strikes, the first impulse is to get systems up and running again. But as Illena Armstrong discovers, that could be a bad move

Experiencing a system breach that brings down multiple corporate computers is bad enough. Opting to get the affected systems back up and running quickly, without making any attempt to understand the true root of the problem, is usually worse. A U.S. Department of Defense agency knows this all ...

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