How to prepare to succeed

By trying to investigate security breaches themselves, organisations can often do further damage by tampering with evidence, or overwriting it altogether, says Dr Vivienne Mee, founder of VM Forensics

24th September, 2017
Dr Vivienne Mee, founder, VM Forensics

Most of the work around security is preparing for potential situations. Not all of them will happen, but considering the number of entry points businesses now have with mobile, servers, firmware and others, businesses and staff need to know their role in emergencies.

Preparing may be the key, but it can easily be overlooked. In the case of forensics, when something does happen, they jump in without a plan and try and solve it themselves.

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