Posts Tagged ‘resistance’

Cyber Resilience: Part One Introduction

This blog series is a re-tooling of a white paper I drafted in May 2015 while working at Stroz Friedberg. I want to thank Stroz Friedberg for the support and time to develop these ideas and specifically want to thank Bill Trent and Simon Viney from Stroz Friedbergs London office for their assistance and review. I also recieved valuable feedback from David Porter at Resilient Thinking and Dave Whitley at BAE Systems.

Introduction

The prevalence of digitally-enabled businesses, Internet-dependent customers and Internet-connected supply chains creates near unlimited opportunities and points of entry for cyberattacks, and significantly increases the potential for cybercrime to damage a company’s ability to maintain operations. This has created an environment in which cyberattacks by criminals, hacktivists and state-sponsored actors are more frequent and more damaging than ever.

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