Free download: The IT Governance Cyber Resilience Framework (CRF) – An overview
In a world where committing crimes over the Internet offers an extremely favourable reward-to-risk ratio, cyber criminals are strongly incentivised to target any business with exploitable vulnerabilities. From the attacker’s perspective, this is a straightforward process: automated tools can identify victims and vulnerabilities. And they do not even need to be picky about who they are targeting, since virtually every organisation holds valuable information, often in huge quantities.
For organisations that rely heavily on the Internet to do business, cyber security should be a priority. Download this paper to learn:
- What cyber resilience is, and how it differs from cyber security;
- What you should consider as you implement security measures;
- The benefits of our CRF (Cyber Resilience Framework);
- How the CRF works; and
- What processes the CRF covers, and what their key outputs are.