Unix security: treat compromises like disasters

Thursday, 19 July 2007, 3:39 AM EST

Because they can often require a complete reinstallation, security compromises are best treated as disasters. A business can be crippled for days while a compromised server is reconstructed and the kinks worked out, but this needn't be the case if you apply the same thoroughness to incident recovery that you would to any physical calamity.

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