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Here are some very basic questions that every organization should be routinely answering:

1. How much peer-to-peer (P2P) or Onion Routing traffic is live on my network?
2. Which hosts on my network are connected to known botnet servers?
3. Which users on my network are attempting to access information they shouldn’t?
4. How much information is leaving our network and going to competitors’ networks?

If you can’t answer these questions, you have a serious (but all too common) surveillance issue. To simplify the test we could ask a more salient question:  How would I know if a targeted attack succeeded in breaching my network?
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