The day after: your first response to a security breach

Tuesday, 5 April 2005, 9:47 AM EST

The security incident is over. The techs have all gone home and are snug in their beds, dreaming of flawless code trees and buffer-overflow repellent. Upper management has done all the damage control they can. Everyone's shifting back into their normal activities and schedules. Everyone, that is, except you.

What can you do to prevent this from ever happening again?

By Kelly J. Cooper at Microsoft TechNet.

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