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The impact of incident vs. forensic response
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This presentation identifies what steps an organisation needs to take in order to mitigate information risk, reputational damage and financial losses. Using real world examples, it will educate users how simple security measures can protect key assets, how internet monitoring can provide an effective early warning of business threat and, critically, how to take effective forensic incident response actions.
This presentation also looks at the top ten mistakes made by companies when reacting to an incident involving their digital environment and provides clear advice about how you should react when your critical data is compromised or you need to investigate a digital incident.
This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Security Seminar series.
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