RESILIA best practices enable a proactive, balanced and collaborative approach to identifying and managing cyber risks from a people, process and technology point of view while enabling the organizational capability to detect and recover from cyber attacks faster.
The Cyber Bad Guys get into your networks and steal your data in three ways – improperly managed technologies, inadequate business processes or by employees or supply chain partners leaving cyber doors open or entering cyber doors they shouldn’t.
There is lots of security guidance in the market today, including the NIST Framework for Critical Infrastructure Cyber Security and ISO/IEC 27001, the international standard for information security management. The NIST framework help’s organization understand its current state of cyber security and how closely it follows established standards, such as the ISO/IEC 27001.
So why do the bad guys still get in?
What’s missing from today’s security guidance is what organizations should be doing to better manage and improve the people, processes and technologies that underpin or have access to the services and information it delivers.
What is RESILIA?
RESILIA best practices enable a proactive, balanced and collaborative approach to identifying and managing cyber risks from a people, process and technology point of view while enabling the organizational capability to detect and recover from cyberattacks faster.
RESILIA provides guidance on how this new organizational capability of business cyber resilience can be managed using existing management systems such as ITIL® and Cobit.
RESILIA complements existing cybersecurity frameworks and standards including the NIST framework and ISO 27001, 31000 and 38500.
RESILIA products include certification training, stakeholder training, leadership training and a management pathway tool.