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Major Data Brokers Getting Hacked More Proof It’s Time to Embrace Next Generation Cyber Security Solutions, Says Global Digital Forensics Founder
Date:9/28/2013

struggling for survival in these harsh economic times, and not see that something has to change if we want the digital domain to be the catalyst for unbridled growth and global connectivity we all want to see realized. The biggest problem is our prolific reliance on reactive solutions instead of finally taking the bull by the horns and proactively seeking out and destroying the cyber threats that bombard us every single day instead of waiting for today’s antivirus and malware solutions to catch up to the most damaging threats out there right now.”

All Threats Are Not Created Equal

“The anti-virus and anti-malware solutions that form the main foundation of so many organizations’ front-line security models today are important. They can handle the easy stuff like known threats pretty well, I’d even go as far as to say 99% of them. But those kinds of solutions are reactive by their very nature. They rely on known signatures to identify and remediate the threat, and that means someone has to be the first victim, identify it, and report it, before a fix can be developed and disseminated to the masses, and for that they work exceedingly well. But those threats aren’t the ones laying waste to data privacy for even the most reputable and trusted organizations in the world that you read in headline stories on a continual basis, it’s the other 1%, the unknown threats and very advanced threats, that are ringing up the big and lucrative victories for hackers today. Right now, the best defense against that 1% is regular network vulnerability assessments and penetration testing performed by experienced professionals on a very regular basis, and we do it all the time. But unfortunately, not enough organizations out there are willing to invest the time and expense up front to combat the realities of to
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