August 8, 2018 - According to many experts, it's time to integrate cybersecurity and business continuity. No longer is cybersecurity only the purview of the IT department with the rest of the organization unknowing about how or why it's done. The danger presented by cyber hacking makes it critical that business continuity plans include response to cyber issues. They are a risk to us all, and this week's articles are further proof of that.
Organizations have traditionally treated information security and business continuity management as two separate disciplines. But is the situation changing? (Item #1) Cyber scenarios have become much more common in business continuity exercises, due to the increasing concern about the impacts of information security threats; here are seven tips for running yours. (Item #2) It makes sense to integrate cyber security and business continuity so you can respond to attacks and data breaches faster, efficiently, and more effectively. (Item #3)
Cybersecurity is no longer just a technology issue, it's a business one too. (Item #4) The cybersecurity solution you implement impacts ROI. (Item #5) The reality is that although the numbers may seem large to the average person, the financial impact of data breaches on large companies is negligible. (Item #6)
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