Long the weakest link in networks, smart devices and similar connected devices could soon be forced to bolster their defenses by the EU Cyber Resilience Act, requiring design-level security and ongoing patching.
Combining elements of information security, business continuity, and organizational resilience, a cyber resilience strategy can enable rapid recovery from an inevitable attack with little to no operational disruption.
Bolstering resistance to devastating electronic attacks requires organizations to take a resilience-oriented approach to cybersecurity. This article offers guidance on a starting point, viewed through the lens of the people, process, and technology dimensions.
The three top goals of most every organization are security, cyber resilience, and profitability. When an organization partners cyber resilience with the business, the result is a more secure and profitable institution.
To prevent a true calamity, we need to bolster our cyber resilience by evolving our approaches and responses to cyber threats, be they ransomware or state-sponsored attacks, by using extensive scenario planning and wargaming.
A new study from Tanium indicates that businesses overwhelmingly believe that cyber resilience and business resilience is fundamental, but have a great deal of trouble achieving it.