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[Video] Incident Response – the 5 most common mistakes

Plenty of companies still believe that having strong firewalls is ample to keep attackers out. However, the reality is that no company can be one hundred percent protected against attacks – quite the opposite, in fact. This makes it even more important to define at an early stage the strategy for the actions to be taken "in the event of an incident”, and this should also include incident response. There are stumbling blocks lurking here, too, ones that can get in the way of a successful response to an incident. Mathias Fuchs is the Head of Investigation & Intelligence at InfoGuard, and in just 200 seconds he will tell you what these stumbling blocks are and how to avoid them!

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(For the English version, click on "Subtitle" in the lower right-hand corner of the video.)

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