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KNOWLEDGE EXPERTS IN DISASTER RECOVERY


…reducing the business impact from days/weeks to minutes/hours


...total datacentre recovery in hours, not days


...turning service outages into a minor disruption

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UNDERSTANDING AND MANAGING NETWORK SECURITY CHALLENGES


…managing security with BYOD and IOT


...understanding prevention, detection and remediation


...a thousand pen testers at your service but not on your payroll

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UNDERSTANDING AND MANAGING PEOPLE SECURITY CHALLENGES


…going beyond "tick box" cyber security awareness training


...reduce the human cyber risk


...content accredited by GCHQ

Are you continually updating your security and risk strategy?

Security professionals often focus on the threats and breaches that dominate the headlines and not necessarily on those most critical to the organisation

CISOs must strike a balance between what is needed in a security program and the risks to undertake for the business to move forward.

That may be easier said than done. Digital disruption might be moving forward at increasing speed, but the core beliefs wired into our minds often don’t help.

Building trust and resilience

The CISO’s vision for risk and security must be based on an ecosystem that enables trust and resilience, one that balances the need to protect the business with the need to be innovative, creative and competitive.

Success is driven by these principles:

  • Shift to risk-based decision making and away from checkbox compliance
  • Begin supporting business outcomes rather than solely protecting infrastructure
  • Become a facilitator, not a defender
  • Determine how information flows; don’t try to control it
  • become people-centric and accept the limits of technology
  • Invest in detection and response, and stop trying to perfectly protect the organisation