What's the difference between having an Incident Response Plan and just "winging it"? This week the guys talk about their real-world cybersecurity incidents and share their knowledge about proper planning and preparation. Having an incident response plan for cybersecurity is important. Learn what goes into incident response planning, who should be involved, and how to ensure everyone is on the same page for quick response and minimizing damage during a cyber-attack.
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