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Equally important is, what happens once an intruder is inside?With so many sites having been breached, there seems to be a common thread in the banking and e-commerce reactions.Eddie Schwartz, the new – and first – chief security officer of RSA, said in his first interview that “we’re in a new era of computer security in which every type of organization – banks, corporations, governments and even security providers – are being penetrated.However, since some data was exposed, the more likely scenario is that some companies used no encryption at all.In other words, there was no second line of defense.This approach to network intrusion is now being referred to by some experts as “low-hanging fruit”, in other words presumably quite easy if you know how!Clearly, re-evaluating network perimeter security should be a priority for all at this point.
art_id=3736 Many of these cyber-attacks apparently used SQL injection to get past firewalls or network perimeter security.In the case of the Lulz Sec group, a 19-year-old member just arrested was alleged to have breached a British law enforcement system, for motives that are unclear.A letter is sent out to customers, stating that although there was a breach, the really important data, such as customer birthdates, Social Security Numbers and so on were not seen, while less critical data like names and addresses might have been viewed (although this means that “Personally Identifiable Information” was copied).The hope is apparently that customers will believe that data storage was compartmentalized with progressively escalated security measures.
Having personally received such letters from several card issuers, I can say that none of them even claim that any data was encrypted.
I would have thought that the best public relations stance would be to state that fact.