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+ - Black Hat: 6 FBI Lessons To Tighten Enterprise Security ->

gManZboy writes: "How can corporate America cure its information security ills? Take a page from the FBI's terrorism-combating revamp.

That was the pitch made by Shawn Henry, president of CrowdStrike, in his keynote presentation Wednesday opening the Black Hat 2012 conference in Las Vegas. Until March 2012, Henry was the executive assistant director of the FBI, with responsibility for all of the FBI's criminal investigations worldwide, including cyber investigations, the critical incident response group, and international investigations. Two examples: Business must get proactive about fighting threats and must think hard about what to keep off the network entirely."

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