Sunday, January 18, 2015

After Sony hack attack, companies are curtailing email use and storage

"After a stunning attack late last year by hackers who stole and publicly released a wide array of confidential Sony Pictures documents, business executives are rethinking their approach to confidential information...'Sony would have fared much better if its executives simply hadn’t made racist jokes about Mr. Obama or insulted its stars—or if their response systems had been agile enough to kick the hackers out before they grabbed everything,' he wrote.
Key lessons from the attack on Sony include the need for companies to actively monitor their systems for evidence of any security breach, chief security strategist Richard Bejtlich of FireEye tells CBS News."  More.

Originally posted by Martha Neil in ABA Journal News.  Jan. 16, 2015
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