COVID-19 Preparedness: Updating Incident Response Plans for Pandemic Scenarios04/02/2020
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the traditional workforce has largely transformed into a work-from-home workforce, raising novel cyber security issues for organizations—particularly given a wave of attacks capitalizing on newfound vulnerabilities. One way to prepare for the current reality is to update cyber incident response plans with provisions for a remote response. We talked with Ron Raether of Troutman Sanders about making these needed updates.
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