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Every organization is unique and so is every security product, so before spending time and money on any of them, your CU should first assess what data and processes it needs to protect and what their vulnerabilities are. Identifying any data that is publically accessible and figuring out how to safeguard it is a great place to start. Such data is readily available to attackers – no matter what security products your CU may be using.
Get the five tips for establishing a strong cyber-offence based on open source information presented by SANS Institute's Director of Research Alan Paller at the recent ISSA Los Angeles Security Summit.