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Submission + - Avoid The Attack Attribution Distraction (threatpost.com)

Gunkerty Jeb writes: The “who” behind attacks matters mostly to budget seekers and policy makers. The Chinese—and the Russians, the Iranians and, yes, the Americans—are on your networks. Focus, instead, on what they’re doing and how to keep them from moving your company’s secret sauce off your network. As Lockheed Martin's director of cyber security strategies Steve Adegbite so eloquently put it: “If they get inside your house, no problem; I’m going to be sitting in my shotgun stand, and they’re not getting out of my house. Breaching is not the problem. People getting out, that’s the interesting thing.”
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Avoid The Attack Attribution Distraction

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