Cyber Security’s 7 Deadly Sins

tg-hacked-sitesCyber security is a classic arms race, and the only way to stay ahead of bad actors is to always assume your organization is behind. That’s where security scanning for more than 75,000 vulnerabilities can come in handy.

Pride, Greed, Wrath, Envy, Slothfulness, Lust, and Gluttony all combine against online business owners who are trying to make an honest living.

Trust Guard, the leader in website security and verification finally had to hire a lawyer to take action against online thieves who were stealing its trust seals and passing them off as their own. Envy desires what others have – and doesn’t mind breaking rules to get it.

The first order of business for any Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) is to keep outsiders out. Advances in password protection and biometric identification have enhanced security, but these systems are not foolproof. Good defense also requires internal real-time and ex-post monitoring systems to ensure that even credentialed insiders do not abuse their privileges.

Read the full article here:
http://blog.trust-guard.com/seven-deadly-sins-cyber-security/

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