Cloud, mobility, Internet of Everything (IoE), and social media technologies, combined with digital business practices, have helped countless organizations transform how they operate. But they have also increased the attack surface. Old methods of cybersecurity that focus on perimeter defense are no longer enough to keep an organization safe. Organizations recognize that cyber attacks will be launched against them. But by adopting cyber resilient architectures and business processes, they can shift from a reactive to proactive state and tackle cyber risks with confidence.
• Defines cyber resilience
• Outlines its major benefits
• Describes the seven major system capabilities of a cyber resilient enterprise
What questions do you have after reading the paper? Do you agree with the benefits? Would there be anything else you would add?
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