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iOS9 Forensics

Written by DFM Team


iOS9 FORENSICS

In this article, we explain how there is more to a good defence strategy than what most companies and vendors would qualify as a good defence strategy; it requires timely detection and dynamic deflection, as most companies take more than six months to discover a data breach, by which point a great deal of damage may already have been done. Security professionals are able to utilise honeypots in new and more effective ways if they use adaptive security measures to direct attacks directly at the honeypots, stopping them dead in their tracks. It also means that if a honeypot were to be compromised, the adaptive security system could isolate and safeguard it.

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Mark Osborne is the author of 'How To Cheat at Managing Information Security'

 

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