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Mitigating the Effects of Network Breaches

  • Author(s):
  • Alison Maine
  • Brent Hansen

What to do before your network is compromised.

Breaches are inevitable. The numbers don’t lie – whether internal or external, breaches are inevitable. Supply chain attacks, insider threats, ransomware, malware, phishing, identity/credential theft—attack vectors are targeting agencies from all angles. In today’s environment, the core of any security strategy needs to shift from “breach prevention” to “breach acceptance”. And the best way to prevent your agency from becoming victimized is by adopting a zero trust approach to security while establishing strong supply chain risk management plans.

Agencies can adopt several best practices today in order to protect their most sensitive data and mitigate the risks associated with future attacks. Download this white paper to learn what to do before your network is compromised.

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Publisher:Thales Trusted Cyber Technologies
Published:February 18, 2021
License:Copyrighted
Copyright:© SafeNet Assured Technologies

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