Free infographic highlighting ways to bridge the gap for a more resilient approach to business continuity.
Cybercrime is a game-changer for organisational resilience. Not only does it make business-wide incidents far more likely, but the spread and impact of a cyberattacks are difficult to assess.
It is crucial for anyone aligned to achieving resilience across your business, to work together effectively. Not being prepared will impact the organisation severely, so a shared understanding and planning across the functions of risk management, business continuity, information security and IT has never been more important.
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Three steps you can take to work together more effectively:
- Build a shared relationship
Write a Terms of Reference for resilience, with clear lines of responsibility and handovers:
- During Business as Usual
- During Incidents
Start a resilience forum to bring the functions together with the sponsorship of the senior management team:
- Work in a coordinated way to prevent and recover from incidents
- Establish a common understanding of the risks the business faces
- Plan together
Establish a common response with integrated strategies and plans, to include:
- Incident prevention (including cyber-attack)
- Crisis Management
- Business Continuity
- IT Service Continuity
- Maintaining Information Security during and after the incident
- Scenario exercises and tests to validate this integrated resilience
Drive internal awareness of resilience, based on a combination of risk management, business continuity, information security and IT service continuity elements shared across the organisation.
Take a look at the infographic below to find out how you can work together within your organisation more effectively. Click on the image to expand.