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The frequency and scale of recent data breaches is causing many companies to reevaluate their data protection mechanisms and question what to do in the event of a cyberattack. The Wall Street Journal reports on new methods of system security that go beyond the password, such as two-factor authentication and machine fingerprinting. While not perfect, one expert equates the additional security to "putting speed bumps in front of the bad guys." In a separate report, the WSJ outlines a list of steps to take if your organization has been hacked, including preemptive training and planning; when to call in the experts and authorities, and tips on notifying customers. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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