Cybersecure is a good start, but it’s no longer enough
Modern organizations face more threats from cyber attacks and hackers than ever before. Most are now realizing that simply putting up a robust set of cyber defenses and hoping that nobody finds a way through is not enough. They realize that there is a need for contingency planning and preparation for the increasingly likely breach that could, in theory, cripple the organization and in the worst scenarios threaten its very survival. Organizations need to become not just cybersecure, but cyber resilient.
Best practice for the best defences
Combining best practice from international standards for information security (ISO27001) and business continuity (ISO22301) is a good way to become cyber resilient, bolstering your defenses and putting in place a set of plans to minimize the damage of any breach that does occur.
Set up your own cyber resilient management system
Our selection of books and toolkits give you all you need to include cyber resilience in your management systems. The documentation toolkits provide the policies and procedures needed to roll out a system that aligns with the international standards, while our books and pocket guides give you the key knowledge to develop and implement cyber resilience in practice.
Where are you on your journey to Cyber resilience?
We have a range of products to help you on your way. If you are just starting out, you should look at these:
If you’ve already decided to implement cyber resilience but haven’t got anything in place, you should think about our Cyber Resilience Implementation Suite, which features the documentation toolkits for ISO27001 and ISO22301, as well as eBooks that give you the key background knowledge you need.
Perhaps you are already partway towards cyber resilience and have a system aligned with either an information security or business continuity standard. Take a look at a selection of our individual toolkits and key books, which covers the range of cyber resilience: