A growing number of hackers are fighting back after their attacks are mitigated

If your organization is under attack, there are many different tactics and tools you can deploy in response. However, cybercriminals are becoming increasingly adept at identifying and responding to corrective efforts, a practice known as incident response.

According to a new report from VMware, most businesses (63%) have had a Response Incident Response (IR) since the pandemic began.

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