Garden Security


Check out what securing a garden from rabbits has to do with this?

The lesson, my friends, is that breaches are never truly over. You may have recovered and gone back to business, but there may still be a subtle back door in your network. The information that was lost still has to be accounted for and damages repaired. The lessons learned only build on previous lessons learned and contribute to the overall improvement of your security program. The recovery and lessons-learned stages may be the final stages of handling an incident, but, to borrow upon a favorite phrase of mine, eternal vigilance is the price of security.

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About brvanlanen

Just a thirty-something guy currently hanging it up in the greater Green Bay area. My post-high school educational background is mainly in the Information Technology field. Specifically I have an A.A.S. in Computer Network Systems and a B.S. in Information Systems Security, both from ITT Technical Institute, in addition to A and MCDST certifications. In my free time I enjoy spending time with my family, cooking and sports. My Christian faith is also important to me as a Missouri-Synod Lutheran and all my children attend a Lutheran grade school. When it comes to political leanings I am a conservative first and foremost which you will discover rather quickly. As for sports I am a huge fan of the Green Bay Packers.

Posted on August 4, 2011, in attacks, Business, Cybersecurity, Network Administration, Security, vulnerability and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Garden Security.

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