Anatomy of a Data Breach - Why Breaches Happen and What to Do About It

Anatomy of a Data Breach - Why Breaches Happen and What to Do About It

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This paper examines the three most common sources of data breaches—well-meaning insiders, targeted attacks from outside the organization, and malicious insiders—and goes on to illustrate the ways in which each source gains access to the network, finds and then exposes sensitive information. It also offers a broad perspective on what can be done to stop data breaches, as well as specific recommendations to take preventive action.

Vendor:
Symantec Corporation
Posted:
23 Aug 2010
Published:
18 Aug 2010
Format:
PDF
Length:
15 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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