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During the execution phase, the blue team enacts the response plan to evict the intruder from the organization’s information systems and remediate the vulnerabilities in the security configuration that the intruder leveraged when infiltrating the network. If completed successfully, the intruder will no longer be present within the organization’s information systems and the process of performing a more detailed post-incident analysis can occur.

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