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Building a Cyberresilient Organization

 


 
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Building a Cyberresilient Organization
Because no organization’s cyberdefenses are 100% impenetrable, companies need to develop the ability to weather and recover gracefully from the almost inevitable breaches. This entails understanding and preparing for the three phases of a successful cyberattack: the before, the during, and the after.
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