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Here are some basics to consider when evaluating your vendors and their commitments to your cybersecurity, as well as some specific measures to employ with those suppliers whose work might present a risk to your company data.
In the rush to respond to a hack, the victim needs to assess whether the involvement of law enforcement is appropriate.
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