What happens when your data is destroyed or corrupted, or your activities suddenly stop, or if communication is no longer possible? If you haven’t already, you’ll eventually come to the conclusion that Cybersecurity can’t be totally effective at all times.
Which means you’re ready to define your organization’s strategy to ensure the execution of critical business activities after a cyber-attack. It’s time to develop a Cyber Resilience Plan that includes both an “IT” part and a “Business” part.
In their recent article in PECB Insights Magazine, business continuity, crisis management, and security experts François Tête & Luc Vrignaud discuss the importance of developing a cyber-resilience plan that is integrated with the other plans of the Business Continuity Management System.
Read their full article here via PECB Insights Magazine.