Indeed, the trend amounts to a “paradigm shift” in cyber risk management, says Larry Ponemon, chairman and founder of the Ponemon Institute, a research and consulting firm focusing on privacy and data protection.
“There are organizations that are beginning to develop the capability of identifying the bad guy using intelligence. It’s sort of like a mini-CIA at the organizational level in order [organized] to understand where the attack is originating from,” says Ponemon.
With that intelligence in hand, such companies “can basically bring the fight to the bad guy” by aiming malware or by launching a denial-of-service attack at the servers of the potential perpetrators, he said. If an attack comes from outside the United States, companies here can also work with telecommunications companies to deflect the attack, he added.
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