Three Best Practices to Avoid Cyberattacks

August 19, 2015 Rick Holloway

From major retail cyberattacks to Hollywood studio hackers, cybersecurity is now, more than ever, on the mind of every CIO in the world — and rightfully so. According to our recent article in Data Center Journal, the most common cause of a data breach is malicious or criminal attacks, which could end up costing not only nights of sleep for CIOs, but also millions of dollars; in some cases upwards of $5.4 million. While these attacks can be devastating, there are some best practices to help avoid cyber-disaster: 1. Don’t give hackers a back door: In order to prevent data…

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