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Your business stops for no one. In the event of a major security incident you need to confidence that your business can keep running. This article discusses strategies for aligning infrastructure with processes to enable a rapid and company-wide approach to disaster recovery and security continuity.
What you'll learn
How to position yourself to act on threats
How to enable effective threat detection
How to make sure you have the resources to react
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