Cyber Risk and Resilience
Secure. Vigilant. Resilient
With security and privacy breaches on the rise, businesses need know that their confidential and valuable information, physical infrastructure, technology, processes and people are secure and under control and that their organisation can both respond to and recover from a security incident.
Cyber Risk & Resilience
With security and privacy breaches on the rise, and with a corresponding increase in regulation, the Cyber and physical threats to an organisation extend well beyond the particulars of any one incident. Executives and boards have a compelling need to understand and reduce their corporate assets’ security exposure. Businesses need know that their confidential and valuable information, physical infrastructure, technology, processes and people are secure and under control and that their organisation can both respond to and recover from a security incident.
Why Cyber Risk & Resilience Services?
We help organisations address pressing strategic information and technology risks, such as cyber security, data leakage, identity and access management, data security breaches, operational resilience and system outages, privacy and application integrity. We provide industry-tailored solutions, using demonstrated methodologies and tools in an effective manner, with the goal of enabling secure, vigilant and resilient operations across the enterprise:
Secure. Means focussing protection around the risk sensitive assets that both you and your adversaries consider the most valuable against known and emerging threats across the ecosystem. Executives must establish risk-prioritised controls to protect against known and emerging threats, and comply with standards and regulations.
Vigilant. Being alert and identify any attacks as early as possible ability to detect the previously unknown and reduce the reaction time. Organisations must establish situational risk and threat awareness across the environment to detect violations and anomalies. Protecting yourself from what you don’t know.
Resilient. Involves early-stage identification of threats and the capacity to rapidly respond and contain the damage. Identifying “Single Points of Failure” to develop alternative back-up arrangements and strengthening your ability to recover when incidents occur are key. Leadership must establish the ability to handle critical incidents, quickly return to normal operations, and repair damage to the business in order to minimise the impact.