Managing the inevitable: what happens when security is breached

John Leonard
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Threats are getting more serious, but defences are evolving too.

A longstanding trope favoured by both media and vendors when talking about security is "things that keep you awake at night". The nature of these "things" changes over time, of course. Ten years ago...

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