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Good Cyber Hygiene in a Pandemic-Driven World Starts with Us
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thoughtful51
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7/13/2020 | 10:01:56 PM
exactly
I so agree with the previous post that "The bottom line is that full-stack security isn't trivial (it's NOT!) and requires compromise and collaboration across all stakeholders." Security is everybody's responsibility, obviously full-stuck security is better way to go. My son works in this industry and says it all the time- Security is everyone's responsibility.  Thank you! <a href="https://www.locksmithwestminsterco.co"></a>
Dr.T
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6/29/2020 | 9:48:15 PM
Learn
Never let a good crisis go to waste Good to remember. We can really learn from each crises
Dr.T
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Dr.T,
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6/29/2020 | 9:46:20 PM
Remediation
Using remediation repositories that store what can also be called remediation intelligence Lessons learned on remediation and building intelligence on every incident is critical.
Dr.T
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Dr.T,
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6/29/2020 | 9:43:23 PM
Collaboration
now's the time for security teams to connect with their counterparts on other teams and (re)forge the connections that lead to productive partnerships. I agree, this collaboration would be critical for is to be successful in todays environment.
Dr.T
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6/29/2020 | 9:41:00 PM
IT Teams
As the pandemic has reminded us, the simple act of connecting with another human being can have a profound impact on the personal and professional resilience of all parties IT teams should not be impacted with the pandemic, we should be able to connect while we are distant to each other.
Dr.T
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Dr.T,
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6/29/2020 | 9:39:07 PM
Everybody
The bottom line is that full-stack security isn't trivial and requires compromise and collaboration across all stakeholders. Security is everybodys responsibility, obviously full-stuck security is better way to go.
Dan@12345
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6/27/2020 | 7:12:34 PM
wow
Thank You for sharing this information


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