The CIO’s Guide to Cyber Resiliency

resilient cybersecurity

CIOs face a unique problem in today’s ever-increasingly cybercrime-infested world. Having a strong cybersecurity policy or process in place isn’t enough; CIOs must exude cyber-resilience.

Cyber-resilience acknowledges data breaches will happen, and aims to prepare the organization for the least amount of downtime possible. The most common roadblocks to a CIO’s cyber-resilience implementation include cybercrime, complexity, cost, human error, and inadequate planning.

The solutions to these roadblocks are automated, orchestrated, and centralized data analysis, documenting/testing incident response plans, establishing business continuity plans, and partnering with an MSP.

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Chris Zvirbulis

Chris Zvirbulis

Chief Commercial Officer / Partner at DataGuard