Transform breaches into security blueprints with After-Incident Reports!

December 21, 2023
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In a recent interview, PYMNTS CEO Karen Webster speaks with Rosa Ramos-Kwok and Matanda Doss from J.P. Morgan about actionable strategies for organizations to enhance their cybersecurity in 2024. One of the key points highlighted in the discussion is the need for consistent exercise of cybersecurity playbooks, ensuring readiness for potential attacks. The article emphasizes the importance of post-incident reports in understanding and addressing vulnerabilities, with key lessons including prioritizing cybersecurity hygiene, regularly reviewing access privileges, and conducting thorough business continuity planning. Both speakers stress the significance of recognizing cybersecurity as an ongoing battle, with the need for organizations to continuously adapt and instill a strong cybersecurity culture within their teams. The article also discusses the evolving cyber threat landscape and the challenges posed by the integration of artificial intelligence and machine learning in attacks. It emphasizes the importance of recognizing cybersecurity as a holistic approach, addressing both technical vulnerabilities and human factors. The article concludes by highlighting the significance of continuous adaptation, collaboration, and preparedness in the face of evolving cyber threats.

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