E-business - A Matter of Conviction
Source: Symantec - Posted by Jen Olson   
Intrusion Detection UK companies are so intent on getting their e-commerce sites back online after a security breach that they risk tampering with the scene of a crime and ruining any chance of prosecution. The main concern of any company suffering a hack attack should be to identify the source of the breach and determine whether it is an internal or external problem, according to KPMG's 2001 global e-fraud survey.. . . UK companies are so intent on getting their e-commerce sites back online after a security breach that they risk tampering with the scene of a crime and ruining any chance of prosecution. The main concern of any company suffering a hack attack should be to identify the source of the breach and determine whether it is an internal or external problem, according to KPMG's 2001 global e-fraud survey.

'The immediate resolution of the problem by the internal system administrators and IT personnel will often compromise the integrity of the data, thus causing the evidence of the breach to be corrupted. As a result, the likelihood of the company to be in a position to recover assets or pursue legal action will be more difficult or impossible," the report says.

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