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Preparing to recover from a cyber attack | in discussion with TrustedImpact

Technologies, policies and processes can be put into place in order to maximise your cyber security.

However, regardless of your level of security, it is only a matter of time before your organisation will need to activate a Cyber Incident Response Plan.

The fast paced and extensively digitised nature of operations demands not only that you have an Incident Response Plan, but more importantly that it is actionable in a crisis, ensuring business continuity and overall resilience.

In this segment of TrustedImpact’s Cyber Security Leadership Series, our panelists unpack the importance of penetration testing and health checks as well as how as an executive you can streamline and practise your Incident Response Plan to ensure it is actionable in a crisis.

This discussion provides crucial insight on how your organisation can embed cyber protection and resilience into their executive strategy.
TrustedImpact, RightShip and Continuity Matters discussing how to prepare to recover from a cyber attack

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