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Making Organizations More Resilient to Cyber Attacks

Cybersecurity breaches increased dramatically in 2020 as companies were forced to migrate their operations to remote workforces and cyber actors gladly took advantage of these new opportunities to up their game when it came to infiltrating defenses.

The first line of defense against these threats is for all employees – not just IT personnel – to adopt a cyber-resilient mindset.

Read more about how a cyber-resilient culture can minimize distraction, risk, and damage from this post in the Harvard Business Review.

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