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February 9, 2017 | Incident Response PlanningBy Ondrej Krehel, IANS Faculty
The actions taken after an incident can either lead to improving your security posture and building trust with your customers – or not. In this report, IANS Faculty Ondrej Krehel details ways to ensure the findings uncovered during your incident response (IR) engagements are fully internalized and integrated into your processes and business continuity plans going forward.
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