A virus brings down your enterprise?

Monday, 2 April 2007, 12:06 AM EST

As a CIO, being at the helm while handling a crisis is like being a general who is going to war. Not only do you need to proactively strategize to strengthen and reinforce your defenses, but you have to also aggressively face adversity in various forms.

Further, if you overlook one loophole, it can cause huge chinks in your enterprise's armor. Early this February, Pantaloon Retail, a Future Group company, was up against a barrage of viruses and worms that were gobbling up hundreds of our computers and threatening to take down the entire enterprise.

At CIO.

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