Cyber attacks are increasing in frequency and severity to such an extent that it’s no longer enough to suppose that you can defend against every potential attack: statistics suggest that it is inevitable that your organisation will suffer a data breach.
Traditional cyber security is therefore no longer enough: it is an organisation’s resilience to security breaches that will become a critical survival trait in the future. This free green paper from IT Governance explains how to prepare for the worst.
Government figures found that 90% of business have suffered a data breach, often without knowing it, at a cost to the economy of between £18 billion and £27 billion. 90% of organisations that suffer a significant data loss go out of business within two years.
Organisations need to combine cyber security with business resilience to be cyber resilient.
- Why cyber security is not enough.
- How cyber resilience will enable your organisation to counter the risks it faces.
- How to align security with business objectives.
- The correlation between security expenditure and safety.
- A standards-based approach to cyber resilience, using ISO 27001, ISO 22301, and others.
- An effective seven-step cyber security strategy.
Download this free guide to cyber resilience today!