Security Techniques we should be following – but often aren’t

It’s not always that we don’t know how to prevent security breaches. Sometimes it’s that we do know, but simply don’t do it. The complexities of today’s networks and systems and the nature of most IT pros’ jobs – understaffed and overworked – means sometimes those mechanisms that could go a long way toward preventing attacks, breaches and data leakage fall by the wayside. In this article, Larry Seltzer discusses a half dozen programming techniques, products and services that could make it less likely that you’ll be one of the organizations that finds itself victimized by hacks and malware.

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