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Does your computer or network appear to be under attack? Here's some information from a new book that can help you determine what to do and who to tell when someone is cracking your system.

An incident can be a number of things; you need to define it for yourself. For example, an incident might be defined as an anomalous attempt to gain or escalate privilege or compromise the confidentiality, integrity, or availability of one or more systems.

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