There are a lot of ways to measure the impact – and relative success – of a cybersecurity program. There are tests you can run to determine how effectively your employees are adopting defenses to phishing emails. There are table-top exercises to determine your ability to defend against an attack. There are even ways to compare the costs of your cybersecurity against others in your industry.
But the best way to measure the effectiveness of your cybersecurity is in your cyber resilience – how quickly, effectively, and completely you recover from an attack.
In this episode of the Fearless Paranoia podcast, we discuss what it means to have cyber resilience, including what it means to be resilient, and how you can focus your planning and procedures to make sure that resilience is a primary goal. Remember, even the best cybersecurity can’t guarantee to keep out every potential threat. Are you ready in case today is the day your cybersecurity fails?
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