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6 steps to validate cyber incident response plans in times of conflict

Should the worst occur, cyber incident response plans can help mobilize resources, contain the attack, mitigate damages and expedite recovery. Image: Freepik.com

Steve Durbin

Chief Executive, Information Security Forum

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