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Yesterday’s LinkedIn breach made headlines, but I want to go deeper and provide practical advice for organizations on how they can anticipate any DLP consequences and tighten their network security. As the world’s largest professional social network, LinkedIn is unique because it has legitimate uses for almost every employee.
LinkedIn’s password breach could result in three serious ramifications for businesses everywhere:
In my last post, I provided an email template for you to share with employees about changing their individual passwords, but it doesn’t stop there. The truth is many of your employees are going to ignore changing their passwords.
So what next? Well, to be honest, you are just getting started. First, we need to look at the three likely attack scenarios that might develop from this breach:
You need a strategy to protect against these and other attack scenarios. Here’s a seven-step check list for mitigating your risk.
The potential implications for your business are serious. Talk with peers and find out what other steps they are taking. If you have any questions or thoughts, post comments here.