Becoming cyber resilient is not an overnight endeavor. Security and resilience have been in Data Safe Group’s culture from the start. We can help guide your cyber resilience journey.

What is Cyber Resilience?

Cyber Resilience is a measure of business strength in preparing for, operating through, and recovering from a cyber attack. Cyber resilience relies on the successful ability to identify, protect, detect, respond, and recover quickly from any cyber event and combines cyber security, business continuity, and incident response.

Three Pillars of Cyber Resilience

Cyber resilience includes security, monitoring, and BCDR technology. However, a successful cyber resilience strategy requires a holistic approach that starts with people and process.

1. People Hiring or developing security expertise. 2. Process Identifying and mitigating gaps in the organization’s security posture. 3. Technology Implementing solutions that meet People and Process needs.

A cybersecurity framework provides a common language and set of standards that enable organizations to understand and improve their security posture. Frameworks enable organizations to assess cybersecurity maturity, identify security gaps, and meet regulations.

There are a number of cybersecurity frameworks in use today. One of the most common is The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) framework.

It is based on five functions: Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, and Recover. Each function represents a pillar of an effective cyber resilience practice.

For more insight we welcome you to peak to an expert to learn more about cyber resilience for your business. Contact

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