Establishing Remedies to Information Security Breaches

The best way to stop Information Security breaches from reoccurring is to establish a database of past incidents and their solutions, and update it with reliable (internal and external) information about the latest threats. This topic suggests some sources of this type of information.

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  • An inappropriate remedy to resolve an Information Security breach may lead to excessive downtime of a business critical system.

  • Your organisation should maintain a database of past incidents and their solutions. See Reporting Information Security Incidents.
  • Further information about maintaining up to date information can be gleaned from the following Internet sites:
  1. FAST - The Federation Against Software Theft.
  2. CERT® - the Computer Emergency Response Team.
  3. Business Software Alliance.

 

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