Sept 12, 2011
PATCH AND PRAY businesses need better cyber intelligence and protection in the US, according to a study from the Intelligence and National Security Alliance.
The report will be released next month, according to a story by the Associated Press, and will recommend, amongst other things, that the US create systems that can flag computer-based attacks and deter them.
Possibly reeling from the attacks meted out by groups such as Anonymous and Lulzsec, and the recent warning from Team Poison about 9/11 hacking attacks, the group warned that action must be taken now, before it gets much, much worse.
“The impact [of attacks] has increased in magnitude, and the potential for catastrophic collapse of a company has grown,” says the report.
This article was posted: Monday, September 12, 2011 at 7:54 am