Operational & Cyber Resilience Part 5: Incident & Crisis Management
Four steps to effective Incident and Crisis Management with your organisation.
No industry or business regardless of type or size, is immune to incidents – be it a data breach, a third party compromise or a catastrophic natural disaster.
As the volume and intensity of these incidents increases - particularly cyber attacks - there is a heightened possibility that your enterprise may fall prey to the devastating aftermath of it, should it not have a tested incident response plan in place. Data breaches and attacks affect enterprises of all sizes from start-ups to large organisations. However, for a large amount of organisations today, the importance of enterprise-wide strategic response planning is only realised after an incident or crisis has occurred, by which point, it’s often too late. It is important that enterprises move toward a proactive approach in their planning and enhance their overall technical estate to better shield themselves from incidents in the future.
This restructuring should never be underestimated as it brings with it a more sustainable business environment. In this white paper, we will look at the best practices for incident and crisis management and show how using smart technology such as Alyne, can be leveraged to achieve greater maturity, enabling your organisation to be more resilient in the midst of a crisis.
Through this series of white papers, we will introduce 6 core and interrelated components of Operational and Cyber Resilience that we believe are essential to the development of a resilient organisation. These 6 components consist of: Business Continuity Management, Vendor Governance, Enterprise Risk Management, Cyber Security & Resilience, Incident Management and Training.
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