Packets don't lie: how to expose the DNA of a cyber attack

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Packets don’t lie: how to expose the DNA of a cyber attack
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Packets don’t lie: how to expose the DNA of a cyber attack

In the event of a cyber-attack, the ability to quickly and accurately quantify the impact of the incident is paramount

In the event of a cyber-attack, the ability to quickly and accurately quantify the impact of the incident is paramount. As demonstrated recently in the case of several high-profile data breaches, f...

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