As mentioned in Part 1, mounting a good defense requires understanding the offense and therefore requires getting control of your file permissions. This is a very important and often overlooked step. It includes define, assign and organize both users and administrative level permissions as well system access level permissions.
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Mounting a good defense requires understanding the offense. When it comes to data access, file permissions and systems and network configurations, it consists of the following:
Regardless, everyone should be engaged and concerned, and it really does take everyone. Note: Most security problems and issues start with the network and inside the network with local network users (employees and management - in other words, you).