Information security generally, and incident response specifically, have become topics of discussion not confined to an organisation’s technical teams. You’re just as likely to hear discussions around incidents, controls and policies in the board room and at shareholder meetings as you are in the IT director’s office. Breaches are bad for business, and in a competitive landscape where you’re constantly trying to find an edge, having a clean record when it comes to data security is hugely advantageous. This can be empowering for the information security professional, but for those of us who have come from primarily technical backgrounds it can also be daunting. It is for this reason that I wanted to put this ...

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