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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The best way for businesses to prepare for an assault on their private data is to assume that a cyberattack is imminent -- and beef up their defenses accordingly. That's the advice of FBI Supervisory Special Agent David Morgan and McDonald Hopkins LLC attorneys James J. Giszczak and Dominic A. Paluzzi, who advise clients on data privacy and cybersecurity.

"There's no silver bullet that you could buy that's going to monitor your network and prevent an intrusion," Morgan said. Homeowners can lock their doors and install alarm systems, but that doesn't mean they can stop being vigilant about watching their surroundings and keeping an eye on their homes.

If someone hacks into your company's IT system or makes off with one of your employee's laptops or smartphones, do your workers know what to do and whom to call? What about in the middle of the night or over a holiday weekend?

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