Philip Lee, a senior information security analyst for NetCentrics Corporation, has published an article in GCN titled After a data spill: Containing and repairing the damage. Philip points out the differences between a data spill and a hack and explains that spills are difficult to avoid on account of the human factor of IT. He then lays out five recommendations for federal agencies to consider after a spill – how to minimize the damage, recover, and get back to business. To read the full story on GCN, click here.
By Andrew Paulette Have you ever given away or resold a computer, smart phone, or electronic device? Before you disposed of it, how much time did you invest to ensure the data on the storage device was erased? In many cases, most users rely on the “Empty Recycling Bin” option found in the operating system […]