Organisations that prepare for a cyber attack recover faster and incur less costs than ones that fail to prepare
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A cyber crisis is an abnormal event, usually a cyber-attack from an internal or external attacker, that occurs within a compressed period of time where the operational, financial and reputational interests of your organisation are under threat. The strategic response we give to such events is usually a defining moment for the organisation. Cyber events are usually fast moving and highly disruptive. Those that have planned, prepared and rehearsed scenarios and plans tend to emerge in a better position for their organisation and the stakeholders.
We provide a range of crisis management services to help your organisation improve your level of crisis preparedness and response such as development of plans and playbooks, audits, immersive crisis exercises and cyber crisis management training. Our experts have over a decade of experience in managing complex risk, planning and exercising.
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Key risk indicators in cyber security
Understanding key risk indicators (KRIs) in cybersecurity In the constantly evolving landscape of cybersecurity, key risk indicators (KRIs) play a crucial role in measuring and […]
How to write an effective ransomware playbook
Ransomware playbooks contain detailed instructions on what to do in the event of a ransomware attack. Read our guide to getting started with developing a ransomware playbook for your organisation.
How to get exec approval for a cyber exercise
Testing your response to a cyber-attack will save you resources in the event of a real incident, but for many organisations taking the first step in exercising can seem like a big commitment in time and energy. Here are some top tips on getting exec approval for a cyber exercise.
Get started with crisis communication planning
Cyber-attacks are no longer outlier events. In fact, the old saying of “it’s not if – but when” has sadly proven true for many organisations. For this reason many organisations are now heavily focused on planning and preparing for a cyber-attack and increasing their levels of resilience, response and redundancy to enable them to survive.
7 Examples of Cyber Tabletop Exercises
Would you know how to respond if your organisation was hit by a cyber attack? Running a cyber tabletop exercise allows you to prepare and test responses in a safe environment. But what type of cyber incident should you use in your exercise? Here are seven examples of cyber tabletop exercises that you could consider running for your crisis team.
A big change for future cyber-attack victims in France?
A big change is coming in France. From April 24th this year cyber attack victims will now have 72 hours…