. https://www.itgovernance.co.uk/blog/the-4-stages-of-cyber-resilience
blog article
Until recently, organisations often spent almost all of their information security budget on prevention, effectively taking an all-or-nothing approach to the threat of data breaches. They either repelled the attack or faced the consequences head-on. However, with data breaches becoming more common and varied, organisations have realised that it’s impossible to eradicate every risk. Some security incidents are simply inevitable. What is cyber resilience? Cyber resilience combines elements of cyber security and business continuity management, enabling organisations to protect against security incidents and respond quickly when they are breached. Why is this so important? A security incident can have devastating effects, resulting in lost revenue, regulatory fines and reputational damage. The longer it takes to respond, the greater the damage will be. However, being able to defend against breaches and react quickly to incidents that can’t be stopped can ensure minimal financial and reputational losses. READ MORE