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What makes public posts about incidents different from analysis write-ups

We have written before that documents written about an incident can take many forms and structures, depending on the author(s), purpose, and target audience. The goal of this post is to describe what makes public-facing articles that companies publish about incidents different from internal write-ups representing an effective incident analysis, and a rationale for why […]

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The Multiple Audiences and Purposes of Post-Incident Reviews

The conventional rationale for undertaking some form of post-incident review (regardless of what you call this process) is to “learn from failure.” Given without much more specifics and context, this is, for the most part, a banal platitude aimed at providing at least a bit of comfort that someone is doing something in the wake of these surprising

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