Failure Of Cyber Security Breaches

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The purpose behind the policy brief is to inform the Department Heads and all City branch department of the Federal Bureau of Investigation on the rising cyber security breaches due to the fact of human error. This brief will outline the major instances and reason behind a successful cyber security attack.
The Failure of Cyber Security Systems Humans
Executive Summery
Without human’s computer viruses and cybersecurity systems would be stuck in a stand still because they are built to combat perfectly. It is human error that makes helps hackers and cyber-attackers get what they want. “Only amateurs attack machines, professionals target people” (Gallagher)

With cyberwarfare becoming a huge part of how nations and terror groups are operating it is a new unregulated front that needs to be kept in check. Human error in the work place has becomes a rising fault for cyber security breaches. A study done by IBM in there 2014 Security Report show that “95 percent of all security incidents involve human error” (Gallagher). These errors could be as simple as click a link in an email that a person thought came from a coworker to completely leaving a terminal open still logged in. These type of instances could be detrimental to the security of the
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The Pentagon I has seen this that with the changing times that they need to put in places masseurs that would be able to counter acts of hackers. One way that they are using to counter the hackers is a use the idea of a Forceful backup. The idea behind Forceful backups is that in order to do anything that would be deemed high value in order to access it, it must be performed by two officials. This is a great idea that we could implant in the protection of our most secure servers. By needing to high up Agents we would be able to secure and watch over the use of sensitive information

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