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5 Big Incident Response Mistakes
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enmartin
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enmartin,
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2/19/2016 | 4:27:08 AM
2016 should be the year of Incident Response
During last months, I have read a lot of articles about Incident Response and it seems it would be the buzz word during this year.

For sure, these 5 tips are a great start point to advance from a protect and detection view to the protect/detection/response view. FMPOV, this is the only way to fight properly against cyberattacks.
PieroA607
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PieroA607,
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2/14/2016 | 9:12:34 AM
Great tips
Great tips to reduce the possibility of an inneficient incident response plan.

 

I just want to add that have a good response protocol against incidents, categorizing and identyfing possible response process by information assets is very effective.

 

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Regards,


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