The most common definition of cyber resilience is the ability of an enterprise to limit the impact of security incidents. Cyber resilience includes two primary components:
Step 1 – establish prevention measures
Step 2 – develop a plan to take appropriate action if and when an attack occurs
Unfortunately, most businesses fail at the critical second step. To ensure that you don’t make this mistake, download this ebook on the importance of cyber resiliency.
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Too many small business owners UNDERESTIMATE the need to invest in enterprise-grade digital security solutions.
These business owners mistakenly believe their small operations will be overlooked by hackers in favor of larger more profitable companies. In reality, vulnerable systems make SMBs the more attractive targets. If compromised, data and digital assets can quickly become a liability.
- With human error causing MOST data breaches, working together to create a layered security strategy can actively reduce risk to your business.
- Criminals are smart; they know how to get through the cracks. If your employees know what to look for, they’ll be less likely to fall for a scam that could put your business at risk.
With the right tools and training, you and your staff can work “smarter not harder” when it comes to cybersecurity.