Deal security

Do not talk security attacks unless things, in the first place, have already been ironed out. This can be taken up but not as the primary issue yet. It goes to say, particularly if information infrastructure is still being laid out, that ICT strategies e.g. few to consider are usability, capacity and security, and in general, have to be dealt with first and foremost.

With all the tested technology specifically for security purposes, why organizations still cannot get rid of the attacks?

The following few might be one of the answers:

IPv4 is really not secure

There is two or more, if not a single straight way, to mitigate it. If it is done correctly organization can still be secure.

Plan IPv6 and turn it on now. Caveat: We still have to see how capable it is however the next generation Internet protocol has been addressed to have security integrated in the design.

Funding not enough to address security

Fund it or what many advised it never connect to the Internet.

Security not part of planning and design or had been overlooked and perceived not to be as important that time, just like when IPv4 was being developed

Good ICT programs would not only single out to address, like for instance, security. ICT presents so many opportunities and it needs to be planned and carried out very carefully. Whatever the outcome is, we know where we are moving towards, either we are doing good or bad business. Many organizations depends on IT to maximize delivery of services and inaccessible of information in the network, might derail the day with all concerned stakeholders and the overall operations so to speak. 

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