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Why WikiLeaks’ Sony Data Dump Raises the Stakes for Advanced Attack Protection

by Raimund Genes

Last week, WikiLeaks published a searchable online trove of over 30,000 documents and 173,000 emails relating to breached movie giant Sony Pictures Entertainment. Whether or not you believe the non-profit whistleblowing organisation was right to do so, the news should serve as a further warning to IT and security leaders. Information security breaches can have damaging repercussions long after the initial attack. So it pays to find ways of rooting out advanced targeted attacks early on, before they have a chance to dig in and cause serious and lasting damage. Continue reading