David Mortman and Alex Hutton on Exploit Code Use, Data Breaches and Reputation Damage

Dennis Fisher talks with David Mortman and Alex Hutton of the New School of Information Security blog about the Mortman/Hutton model, data breaches and the effect of breaches on the reputation and viability of an organization.

Dennis Fisher talks with David Mortman and Alex Hutton of the New School of Information Security blog about the Mortman/Hutton model, data breaches and the effect of breaches on the reputation and viability of an organization.

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