Cyber Resilience

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Don’t be a statistic! Strengthen your cyber defences and build resilience against attacks. Get a free cyber health check today.

In today’s digital world, cyberattacks are a constant threat. Don’t become another statistic! Take control of your online safety by strengthening your cyber defences. Build resilience against phishing scams, malware, and data breaches. Get a free cyber health check today and identify any weaknesses in your security. This proactive step can save you time, money, and frustration down the line.

Key Benefits

By investing in cyber resilience, organizations and individuals can significantly reduce their risk exposure and build a more secure future.

Reduced Financial Loss

Business Continuity

Stronger Reputation

Compliance

Improved Security

Competitive Advantage

Protection of Intellectual Property

Peace of Mind

Need help securing your small business?

Our Small Business Cyber Resilience Service offers personalized cyber security support. They’ll work with you to:

 

  • Craft a custom plan to strengthen your defenses.
  • Recommend tools and guidance tailored to your specific needs and risks.
  • Guide you on recovering from cyber incidents.
  • Connect you with additional resources if needed.

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How we defended and recovered

Success Story

Acme Corporation’s Cyber Resilience Triumph

Acme Corporation, a leading manufacturer of medical devices, was once a victim of a devastating cyberattack. Hackers infiltrated their network, stealing sensitive patient data and causing significant operational disruption. The financial and reputational damage was immense.

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From Breach to Bounce Back

S Mullin, {ACME Group}

Key Stats

89%

Reduced Phishing Attacks

211%

Isolate Breaches Faster

How we plan to Stregnthen Cyber Defences

This plan outlines a series of steps to improve your organization’s cyber resilience and mitigate the risk of cyberattacks.

Phase 1: Assessment and Planning

  • Identify Critical Assets: Begin by identifying your most critical assets, including data, systems, and infrastructure. Prioritize these based on their sensitivity and potential impact of a breach.
  • Risk Assessment: Conduct a thorough risk assessment to identify potential vulnerabilities and threats. This should include internal vulnerabilities like outdated software and external threats like phishing attacks.
  • Develop a Cyber Security Policy: Create a clear policy outlining acceptable use of technology, password management protocols, and incident response procedures.
  • Inventory Hardware and Software: Maintain a comprehensive inventory of all hardware and software within your organization. This facilitates vulnerability management and patching.

Phase 2: Implementation

  • Patch Management: Implement a system for timely patching of vulnerabilities in operating systems, applications, and firmware.
  • Access Controls: Enforce strong access controls to restrict unauthorized access to sensitive data and systems. Implement multi-factor authentication and privilege escalation protocols.
  • User Education: Train employees on cyber security best practices, including phishing awareness, password hygiene, and reporting suspicious activity.
  • Data Backups: Establish a robust data backup and recovery plan. Regularly test your backups to ensure they can be restored quickly in case of an attack.
  • Security Software: Install and configure endpoint security software like firewalls and anti-malware on all devices to detect and prevent malicious activity.
  • Network Segmentation: Segment your network to isolate critical systems and data from less sensitive areas. This can limit the impact of a breach.

Phase 3: Ongoing Maintenance and Monitoring

  • Security Monitoring: Continuously monitor your network activity for suspicious behavior that might indicate an attack. Consider Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solutions for centralized monitoring.
  • Penetration Testing: Conduct regular penetration testing to identify and address security weaknesses before attackers exploit them.
  • Incident Response Planning: Develop a documented incident response plan outlining procedures for detecting, containing, eradicating, and recovering from a cyberattack. Regularly test and update this plan.
  • Stay Informed: Keep up-to-date on the latest cyber threats and vulnerabilities. Subscribe to security advisories and attend industry conferences to stay informed.

Remember: Cybersecurity is an ongoing process. This plan provides a roadmap for strengthening your defenses, but continuous vigilance and adaptation are crucial for long-term success.

Top Tools We Use for Cyber Resilience

Cyber resilience relies on a combination of tools and strategies. Here’s a breakdown of some key categories:

1. Preventative Tools:

  • Firewalls: These act as a barrier, monitoring incoming and outgoing network traffic to block malicious activity.
  • Anti-virus and Anti-malware: These programs scan devices and systems for known viruses and malware, preventing them from infecting your systems.
  • Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR): These tools go beyond traditional anti-virus by continuously monitoring endpoint activity to detect and respond to suspicious behaviors.
  • Data Encryption: Encryption scrambles data, rendering it unreadable without a decryption key. This protects sensitive information even if it’s breached.
  • Patch Management Tools: These tools automate the process of identifying and installing software updates that address security vulnerabilities.
  • Multi-factor Authentication (MFA): MFA adds an extra layer of security beyond passwords, requiring a second verification factor like a code from your phone.
  • 2. Detection and Response Tools:

    • Security Information and Event Management (SIEM): These tools collect data from various security sources, providing a central view of security events and potential threats.
    • Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems (IDS/IPS): These systems monitor network traffic and system activity to identify and block suspicious attempts to gain unauthorized access.
    • Vulnerability Scanners: These tools scan systems and software for known vulnerabilities that attackers might exploit.

    3. Recovery Tools:

    • Backup and Recovery Software: These tools create copies of your data at regular intervals, allowing you to restore it quickly in case of a cyberattack or system failure.
    • Disaster Recovery Planning Tools: These tools facilitate the creation and execution of disaster recovery plans, ensuring business continuity in the event of a major disruption.

    4. Additional Resources:

    • Cybersecurity Awareness Training Platforms: These platforms educate employees on cyber threats and best practices, promoting a culture of security within your organization.
    • Threat Intelligence Feeds: These feeds provide real-time information on the latest cyber threats and vulnerabilities, helping you stay ahead of attackers.

    Remember: The specific tools you’ll need depend on your organization’s size, industry, and risk profile. It’s important to consult with security professionals to identify the right combination of tools and strategies to achieve your cyber resilience goals.

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    Certified Cyber Resilience Professionals

    The CCRP level of certification is for those professionals who have demonstrate knowledge, experience, and leadership in cyber resilience and business continuity related areas. They have more than two (2) years of experience and are able to demonstrate specific and practical experience. To maintain the credential, the professional they are required to make an ongoing commitment to continuing education and industry activities.

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    • Reduced Downtime: Cyberattacks can cripple IT systems, leading to significant downtime and lost productivity. Cyber resilience helps organizations bounce back from incidents quickly, minimizing disruption to daily operations.

    • Improved Decision Making: A cyber-resilient organization has a clearer understanding of its security posture and potential threats. This allows for better-informed decisions regarding risk management and resource allocation for security measures.

    • Protection of Intellectual Property: Cyberattacks can target valuable intellectual property such as trade secrets and product designs. Cyber resilience safeguards this sensitive information, ensuring a competitive edge.

    • Enhanced Employee Morale: Cybersecurity incidents can be stressful for employees. A cyber-resilient organization fosters a sense of security and empowers employees to work confidently.

    • Stronger Supplier Relationships: Cybersecurity threats extend beyond an organization’s walls. Partnering with cyber-resilient suppliers strengthens the overall security posture of your ecosystem.

    • Peace of Mind: Cyber resilience provides a sense of security and preparedness, allowing businesses and individuals to focus on their core activities with less worry about cyber threats.

    These additional benefits highlight the holistic impact of cyber resilience, extending beyond just financial considerations to encompass operational efficiency, employee well-being, and overall business success.