A day in the life of an information security investigator

Thursday, 1 February 2007, 12:41 PM EST

Here's a question that I get all of the time: "How do most IT departments screw up information security investigations?" The answer is quite simply: They treat investigations like a turkey shoot.

Now what exactly do I mean by this? Let's learn using my favorite method of teaching: don't do what this guy did.

At ITtoolbox.

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