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Remediation vs. Mitigation

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Remediation and mitigation are the direct result of a risk assessment conducted following the discovery of a new Advanced Persistent Threat (APT). Remediation is the elimination of a threat when possible, whereas mitigation is the development of techniques to reduce the negative impact of a threat and the possibility of a vulnerability being exploited if it cannot be eliminated.

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