When it comes to designing or improving upon your organization’s security program, one key area to focus on and include is cyber resilience. Either as a complementary stand-alone program or embedded into an existing cyber defense program, cyber resilience refers to a company’s ability to continue business operations and outcomes in spite of cyber attacks or events.
To minimize business risk, a good security programs should be holistic and consider all aspects of business continuity. Critical operations must continue in spite of a cyber attack or disruption. Cyber defense programs must be a combined effort that fits into an organization’s overall holistic approach. Though this may seems complex to implement, with just a few simple steps and actions, you can effectively increase your ability to manage and mitigate an otherwise costly cyber breach.
In this white paper you will learn:
- Why good cyber resilience is part of defending your critical business process
- How to map and prioritized your assets and your converged cyber defense space
- Five practical steps you can take within your organization to create a complementary cyber resilience program