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Manage Security Where the Data Resides - Server / File Integrity Monitoring

MichaelBall (41354) writes | about a year and a half ago

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MichaelBall writes "With today's move to virtualization, convergence of Data Center and Cloud Services, and a greater ability for Business Units to outsource/offshore development and hosting of critical applications, the line between Inside and Outside of your perimeter is vanishing.

Additional threats facing us daily include un-patched and legacy systems, zero-day malware attacks, advanced persistent threats, malicious insider breaches, as well as administrator human error.

According to the 2012 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report , and contrary to popular belief, 94% of all data compromised involved servers.

This article discusses the need to move (or augment) your security controls at the server:"

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