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A Shift from Cybersecurity to Cyber Resilience: 6 Steps
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Ritu_G
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Ritu_G,
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12/22/2018 | 4:06:17 AM
Fine balance of objectives.
The problem with cyber security is that it's constantly evolving. True that we can't make sure that everything is in place but who's to say that we aren't sufficiently protected until the point that we are actually being attacked? WE can only do what is our best, based on company budget allocated to the security department. And even so, we still have to make sure the business is profitable. Not everything will depend on security when it comes to making sure a business stays afloat.
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markgrogan,
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12/12/2018 | 12:37:00 AM
Hit it first
These 2 terms really create a huge contrast between having to salvage our situation or being able to prevent that very difficult situation from even happening. In business, the latter is usually a huge cost-saver and at some instances, a complete life-saver for the security team. If we can foresee that big risks are about to come our way, why not hit it before we get hit?


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