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FIrst Responders CSIRT & Forensics

Written by Matthew Isbell


First Responders CSIRT & Forensics

With the signifi cant growth and trending of computer crime, along with the associated actors of Hacking, Hacktivism, Serious & Organised Crime attacks, and the risk posed by casual hackers, the potential for any organisation, located within any sector, be it Commercial or Government, encountering some form of attack is highly likely.


A critical factor to surviving any manifestation of direct or indirect threat, or attack is to have established processes and procedures in place, accommodating robust, structured responses to any such actual or inferred event, thus introducing the necessity of the First Responder CSIRT & Forensics.




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