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Cybersecurity breaches have become a common occurrence, with the potential to cause significant financial and reputational damage to businesses across all industries. Financial services is one of the most frequently targeted industries by threat actors, so it's essential for credit unions to have a solid incident response (IR) plan in place to mitigate the impact of a breach. It's important to understand how building resiliency into IR plans can help ensure effective, efficient and consistent action to address an incident.

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