It's a Fox Television special waiting to be made: When hackers attack. There's blame and blunder, sensationalism and surprise, and a theme song whose sinister refrain reminds you that no one—not you, not your competitor—really knows the best way to respond to an information security breach.
With pervasive fears about terrorism, security threats have proven all too real. Our antidote to the doom and gloom? A guide for what not to do when you get hacked. So take a moment to learn from the mistakes that others have made. Because your chance to avoid these worst practices might be just around the corner.
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