Cyber resilience has been saved
Building future-ready organisations
In the recent past, the cyber landscape witnessed a shift from petty online crimes to election meddling carried out by state-sponsored actors, large-scale ransomware attacks, and cyber espionage campaigns. Although data protection has always been the primary focus of cyber defenders, current cyberattacks have the ability to immobilise business operations. Cyber criminals have been increasingly targeting national critical infrastructure, including power grids and hospitals that often put people’s lives on the line.
The paper describes about how businesses and governments should treat cyber resilience as a matter of priority concern. To conclude, the paper lays emphasis on the response and recovery strategies, including a focus on human dependency, which cyber defenders should consider in their playbooks.