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Practicing cyber resiliency in the digital age
Retail’s digital transformation has ushered in a new era of data, which allows retailers to work smarter, innovate faster and serve customers better, but it has also introduced new risks. PwC U.S. Cybersecurity and Privacy Leader Sean Joyce says when it comes to cybersecurity, being resilient — the ability to adapt and recover critical business operations after a cybersecurity threat or breach has been identified — is key. The cybersecurity landscape evolves constantly, with hackers developing new technology to breach systems every day, so security efforts also need to adapt fast. Cyber attacks are also not geographically contained and may cross international borders. As businesses adapt, adversaries do too. “I don’t know if anyone is doing a good job keeping up,” Joyce says. That’s why resiliency is so important. To improve cyber resiliency, retailers must constantly evaluate their business operations, understand the risk of a breach and continually update defenses while ensuring “the right people are involved in the practice sessions,” Joyce says.
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