Cyber resilience has emerged over the past few years because traditional preventive cybersecurity measures are no longer enough to protect organizations from the spate of persistent attacks. Now that remote access to business environments has become a vital part of everyday work, remote workers have become a target for cyberattacks and organizations need to consider what should be done to ensure that these kinds of attacks cause minimal disruption to their applications and systems if they happen. As with all malware and ransomware related attacks, a solid defense plan includes aspects of people, processes and technology. Ransomware, remote working, business continuity: how to guarantee the cyber resiliency of your business?
Ressources: Télétravail, Cyberattaques et Ransomwares
Cyber resilience has emerged in recent years because traditional preventive cybersecurity measures are no longer enough against cyberattacks.
That's where cyber-security expert Bryan Seely comes in. An ethical hacker, an author, and an all-around expert, Seely understands that remote access to business environments has become a vital part of everyday work, which means remote workers have become a target for cyberattacks.
To address this, organizations need to understand how to prevent these attacks and prevent large-scale losses if they occur. As with all malware and ransomware attacks, a solid defense plan requires people, processes, and technology.
The global pandemic has forced global business leaders to rapidly pivot to remote work styles, and to ensure their infrastructure can withstand the massive surge in Internet activity. The National Cyber Security Centre has also issued warnings of increased threats targeting essential services and hospitals. CIOs are being challenged now more than ever to demonstrate efficiency and agility to begin planning for reopenings in the face of increasing uncertainty and adversity.
Join John Graham-Cumming, CTO of Cloudflare for an interactive virtual roundtable event as we discuss the impact increased Internet activity and cyber attacks is having in regions around the world and how you can manage the long-term implications of the current crisis on your infrastructure as you begin planning for reopening.
Ever wonder how other organizations are adapting to constant IT changes?
In this live webcast, we'll discuss the journeys taken by Sam Hill at BBC and Hamish Taylor's experiences with British Airways, Sainsbury Bank
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