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In Brief: The Unusual Suspects -- DeMystifying Attack Groups

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Sponsored: Colin McKinty, vice president of cybersecurity strategy, Americas, for BAE Systems joins Brian Gillooly at the RSA Conference to talk about how knowledge of your adversary -- and knowing that they are, after all, just fallible human beings -- can be used to fight back. For the full interview, see here.

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sukkuram
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sukkuram,
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8/4/2016 | 6:47:49 AM
Re: brief suspects
nyc post buddy
Raymacmurray
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Raymacmurray,
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7/15/2016 | 5:16:00 AM
Re: brief suspects
great post nice
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balwinderpal,
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7/2/2016 | 3:22:22 AM
brief suspects
nice post
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