incident response

The threat of cyber security incidents looms over all organisations. There are simply too many things that can go wrong – whether it’s a cyber attack, a technical malfunction or another delay – to assume that operations will always be functional. And when disaster strikes, time is of the essence. The longer it takes to respond, the more likely it is the costs will escalate. That’s why it’s essential to have an incident response plan. By preparing for the inevitable, you can act quickly to identify and mitigate the damage. In this blog, we look at five ways you can

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We are sharing the CodeQL queries that we used to analyze our source code at scale and rule out the presence of the code-level indicators of compromise (IoCs) and coding patterns associated with Solorigate so that other organizations may perform a similar analysis.

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