Is negotiating with cyber terrorists our "new normal"?

How can organizations better respond to the risks and opportunities of the security landscape?

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Is negotiating with cyber terrorists our new normal? | Risk | Cutover

Key Learnings

2020 saw a huge increase in the number of DDoS attacks, and in May 2021, bad actors used ransomware to successfully targeted critical US national industrial infrastructure and got their payout.

1. Easing fear by implementing a consistent approach to rigorous Cyber/InfoSec best practices (NIST/ISO)

2. Putting practices in place to instil real confidence in your preventative measures, but also (more critically) in your reactions to an incident

3. Orchestrating your InfoSec/Cyber response with your BCM/ITDR execution capabilities with real-time visibility

4. Learning from the past (yours and others) to ensure that you interrogate and strengthen your security posture

5. Learning from the past (yours and others) to ensure that you interrogate and strengthen your security posture

 

 

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1. Risk Analyst

2. Business Operations Manager

3. Risk Control Manager

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