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This year I changed teams at the dayjob and and I've had some time to compare and contrast a few incident-response models that I've seen or participated in over the years.
The big change for me was that I went from four hours a day in meetings down to two hours a week.
Not only has my productivity gone up, but I feel much less stressed and harried, even when an incident at-hand is severe.
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