How To Think Like a Hacker and Secure Your Data

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There’s no denying it: data security incidents are increasing. Organizations try to keep up with the latest cybersecurity best practices and technology, but the more they collect, process, and share large volumes of sensitive information, the more chances they have of getting hit by a cyber threat.

In response, IT teams play defensive. They create data breach response plans and security settings that tell them what to secure and how to react if those settings fail. But it’s not enough to react to a security incident. Resources like response plans and guidelines can’t predict what hackers are after or how they plan to acquire your data. 


What if you looked at your cybersecurity from a different point of view?

In this guide, you’ll learn how to go on offense with your data. You’ll explore modern data breach statistics, walk through basic hacking terminology and techniques, dive into advanced persistent threats, and discover seven important strategies for protecting sensitive data.

Are you ready to put yourself in the shoes of a hacker? Let’s get started!

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