The initial stage where businesses should gain a clear understanding of the likelihood of an attack, what the attack might look like and how to maintain business continuity in the event of a breach. Click on this stage of the cycle to read more.
Once all assets and associated risks have been identified, assessed and prioritised, organisations must develop and implement an overarching strategy to safeguard the business. This encompasses aspects such as a security policy and associated frameworks, technical and operational strategies and business continuity. Click on this stage of the cycle to read more.
At this stage, it is essential to assess how well the business measures against a set of recognised criteria. A cyber security audit can be carried out to review the organisation, its systems and processes to identify threats, vulnerabilities. Click on this stage of the cycle to read more.
The detect stage is extremely important and likely to be the stage that resonates with most executives. Thinking like a hacker, knowing the latest techniques, weakest points of a business and managing that risk is vital if a business is going to successfully protect itself. Click on this stage of the cycle to read more.
The key aspect for any business is how to restore to a normal service operation as quickly as possible. There are 3 key aspects any business needs to prepare for to best respond to a breach. Click on this stage of the cycle to read more.
Parminder Lall – Director of Cyber Security of 2|SEC Consulting.