Master cyber resilience with these tips for navigating the digital world

May 17, 2024
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  • Cyber resilience involves having tools and security measures in place to withstand, respond to, and recover from security incidents.
  • Organizations face challenges in implementing consistent security policies, but transparency, training, and regular reviews can help overcome these challenges.

Cyber resilience is essential for organizations to navigate the evolving threat landscape. Effective prevention and detection measures are crucial, but the focus should shift towards containment and neutralization of incidents. Implementing consistent security policies across the organization can be challenging technically and culturally. Transparency, training, and regular reviews of policies can help overcome resistance and increase organizational resilience. Prioritizing risks based on the organization’s risk profile and level of protection it is willing to invest in is crucial. A robust incident response plan, including internal and external communications, needs to be developed and regularly tested to improve incident response capabilities. For smaller companies, getting buy-in from senior management on the importance of cyber risks involves speaking in a language that business leaders understand and emphasizing the business risks associated with cyber threats.

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