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This is an important finding as it
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Today I discuss
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- Description: Meet Sudhakar Ramakrishna, CEO of @SolarWinds to discuss ‘Lessons Learnt From The SolarWinds Attack’.
The ‘SolarWinds hack’, a cyberattack recently discovered in the United States, has emerged as one of the biggest ever targeted against the US government, its agencies and several other private companies.
Here’s an exclusive live chat with the CEO to understand what went wrong, what to prevent and lessons learnt. Join us in the live session (Limited Seats)…
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