How to plan for a possible network attack

Wednesday, 5 January 2005, 11:05 AM EST

In this article we will focus on a much needed topic which is proactive planning. Planning for your systems and network devices to get hit so that you can avert it if it does. A saying pops into my head Ė "lack of prior planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on mine." This simply means that if you failed to plan, you planned to fail. In this article we will cover the basics you need to know about properly assessing your chances for attack and ways to proactively plan for attack.

By Robert J. Shimonski at WindowSecurity.com

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