Network security: when should you announce a breach?

Friday, 6 July 2007, 11:06 AM EST

Once you've confirmed that a site has been compromised in some manner, after the incident is contained, the next question is a tricky one. "Who do we tell?" As a follow-up to our article about detecting a compromise, we'll now talk about a sensitive subject: disclosure.

Drafting a customer notification policy is no easy task. The first and most obvious factor that must be weighed is the industry in which you operate.

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