Practical Cybersecurity for Advisers

It’s Monday morning. You’ve barely had time to set your coffee down on your desk and pull up your email when the head of technology steps into your office unannounced. His breathless, panic-stricken voice can barely get the words out, yet you somehow know why he’s there before he opens his mouth to utter the words you’ve been dreading: “I think we’ve had a breach.” You’re suddenly at a loss for words, managing only a slight response, as if the question will make the issue go away: “A breach?” Almost instinctively the two of you look at each other and simultaneously ask, “What do we do?”

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