Reply To: OCU ISSO D Week 04 Lesson 15 Discussion

Kelly Crooks

Marcena, I agree completely with you when you said that as attackers become more sophisticated, security officers need to remain vigilant and proactive. It seems to me that as security measures change and become more proactive and better at preventing the loss and theft of data the attackers just try harder to get around those security measures. It is important as a security officers that we stay two steps ahead of the attacker and make it more difficult for them to gain access to that data.


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