Using the Cyber Resilience Approach for Vulnerabilities, Hacks & Other Security Concerns
Hikvision on Identifying Phishing Attacks: Learn More to Detect Potential Threats, Hacks and Vulnerabilities
The Security magazine article, “Cyber Resilience: A New Way of Looking at Cybersecurity,” proposes cyber resilience as the optimum way to approach looming threats, vulnerabilities, hacks and other security concerns.
From the article: “An effective cyber resilience program should include a programmatic approach to withstand disruptive cyber incidents. A simple way to look at an effective cyber resilience model can be to keep in mind the three P’s: predict, prioritize and practice. We should be able to anticipate a breach rather than react to it as not all vulnerabilities require our immediate attention and the senior leadership of the organization is in the best position to decide what is a priority and what is not.”
The story also identifies the lack of rapidly available, actionable data after a breach as one the biggest challenges to cyber resilience of organizations. Also, deploying “off-the-shelf response solutions” are often outdated and ineffective.
Cyber resilience is a way to enhance preparedness for cyberattacks, but basic cyber hygiene is still necessary. Read the full article here to learn more.
Being able to detect potential threats, hacks and vulnerabilities can reduce the risk of successful attacks. Read this Hikvision article to learn more: “Hikvision Senior Director of Cybersecurity: Identifying Phishing Attacks, Three Advanced Phishing Tactics Explained.”