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IT Governance's Cyber Resilience Framework

Cyber resilience is the ability to prepare for, respond to and recover from a cyber attack. Although a relatively recent concept, it stems from the evolution of longstanding and well understood solutions to common problems.   

This means any organisation can leverage existing guidance to transition into a state of cyber resilience.

88% of UK organisations reported suffering a data breach in the last 12 months1

Your organisation’s survival rests on its ability to recover from adverse cyber events.

The challenge? Manage risks, identify incidents fast and return to normal operations as quickly as possible.

The solution? Defend against cyber attacks and be prepared for a breach with a multi-tiered strategy, based on a proven cyber resilience framework.

Outwit the cyber attackers

Cyber resilience means moving beyond cyber security.

Cyber resilience is the ability to prepare for, respond to and recover from a cyber attack. It helps an organisation to protect against cyber risks, defend against cyber attacks, limit the severity of an attack and ensure their continued survival despite an attack.

IT Governance's Resilience Framework

Our framework arranges this existing guidance into a clear structure aligned to common legal and regulatory requirements, as well as international frameworks and standards. It comprises four key elements, and four key stages, as demonstrated in this infographic and free guide. 

Find out more about the Cyber Resilience Framework today. 

Download the infographic

Download the guide

Take the challenge

Scale the security summit with IT Governance's Cyber Resilience Framework

The framework consists of 4 key control elements and 4 stages of resilience, and is based on an organisation's individual risk profile.

1. Identify and detect:

Pinpoint high-value assets and their associated risks to target strategic areas for improvement through audits and testing.

2. Manage and protect:

Close the gap on cyber risk by developing effective controls based on your unique requirements, risk profiles and business environment.

3. Respond and recover:

Perform under pressure and demonstrate agility in incident response to quickly recover and restore operations after a cyber incident has occurred.

4. Govern and assure:

Inform, engage and align C-suite executives, boards and key stakeholders with the cyber resilience strategy.

1 Global Threat Report - Carbon Black.

Are you ready to transform your security?

Find out about how you can improve your cyber resilience today.

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