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Cybersecurity-Know-how für Geschäftsführende. Teil 4.1: Cybersecurity strategisch betrachten.

IT Security - Sep 7, 2021

Cybersecurity-Know-how für Geschäftsführende. Teil 4.1: Cybersecurity strategisch betrachten.

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In the eyes of the law, overall responsibility lies firmly at the feet of executive management, who have to make sure their businesses' IT security is at the cutting edge. But what does 'cutting edge' mean and what are the the most important steps to take? Join us for the next part of our cybersecurity series to find out (German language only).

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Published on Sep 7, 2021.
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