Cyber Resilience

Improve your capacity to respond and recover quickly

Reducing downtime in the event of disaster or business disruption is critical to business operations

Cyber threats, both internal and external, are increasing faster than an organisation’s ability to implement improvements to its information security program. Further, organisations may not be ready to respond effectively in the event of a major breach.

Resilient organisations must focus on three main areas when it comes to cyber resilience— 1. being hard to hit, 2. being ready for the attack when it comes, 3. being able to recover quickly.

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Benefits of Cyber Resilience

Cyber Resilience establishes effective capabilities for managing emergencies, incidents and crises. It includes development of necessary strategies, plans and procedures for managing continuity of business and IT landscape.

  • Analyse and mitigate increasingly complex threats
  • Continuously improve the readiness/resilience of your organisation's IT processes and infrastructure to any crisis or disaster
  • Improve and maintain the continuity of the people, processes and technology within the organisation
  • Define your IR process including documented response plan, cross-functional roles and responsibilities (e.g., legal, HR, public relations)
  • Ensure consistent incident handling procedures and training across the enterprise to allow first-responder to take action
  • Table-top exercises validate a plan and ensure response team comprehension
  • External communications plan including to external entities such as vendors, customers and the general public
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The output of the report is very detailed and will help us make a business case for lot of efforts that are required. Thanks for your hard work.

Head of IT Regulatory Authority client

Cyber Resilience Deliverables

  • Business Impact Analysis (BIA) and Risk Assessment
  • Framework for central coordination, tracking, response and monitoring of all cyber security-related breaches
  • Disaster preparedness and response capabilities during the incident lifecycle
  • Provide executive level briefings that enable management to make timely and informed decisions about cyber security breaches
  • Business continuity and disaster recovery planning
  • Development/Deployment of comprehensive business continuity/disaster recovery framework such as ISO 22301
  • Understanding of business risk and identification of risk mitigating factors
  • Minimised network/IT/process downtime and reduced exposure (financial & operational)

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