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.
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.
Who? Why? When your crisis management team (CMT) meet they are usually gathered to handle a crisis. They have to operate in high pressure situations […]
“She wanted data, she wanted money and she wanted to brag” This was what Assistant United States Attorney Andrew Friedman said of Paige Thompson in […]
Overall we have a low level of visibility and understanding of our supply chains. Horizon scanning for threats and vulnerabilities needs to extend into this […]
Getting your staff to change their security behaviour It is often submitted that fear is bad. Actually, from a behavioural science perspective we know fear […]