Cyber Resilience is One of Your Strongest Network Security Defenses
There have been some fundamental network security shifts over the last several years that NIST and other organizations are leading. Zero Trust is one. Another is cyber resilience. A resilient security approach focuses on the core tenet you probably can’t prevent every security attack. So, you need an architecture as resilient as possible to minimize downtime, costs, and potential losses of PII and corporate intellectual property (IP). Getting back up and operational after an attack is just as important as trying to prevent an attack. It’s up to you how long and painful a security breach must be. The resources on the page provide several excellent ideas and strategies for creating a resilient network.
Security Resilience − The Paradigm Shift is Here
A greater, effort placed on recovering the network quickly back to a normal, safe state is a philosophy called security resilience. Learn more about this concept
Best Practices for Security Resilience
Adopting a resilient security architecture approach can reduce observance and remediation time. See how to make this work for you.
Cyber Resilience – Healthcare’s Most Important Asset
Learn how to mitigate for security breaches and ransomware in the current geopolitical climate.