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Cyber Security Operations 101

Written by DFM Team

Cyber Security Operations 101

The Fundamentals of Preparing For, and Responding To, The Inevitable Breach

Cyber Security Operations are tough to get right but crucial in mitigating the cyber breaches constantly hitting the headlines. So, what have the following organisations all got in-common: Equifax, Dixons Carphone and British Airways? Not that tough a question, given the subject of this article, but these large enterprises are not the only organisations to have been successfully targeted by cyber-attacks.  The UK’s Federation of Small Business reports that over 2/3rds of the UK’s 5+ million micro, small and medium business have been the targets of such attacks with attendant risk to over 50% of the UK’s GDP and a genuine threat to the jobs of 58% of the UK’s workforce, the potential for real economic damage to the UK, as well as real world harm to hard working employees, is very real.

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