Industry research shows that 70% of respondents believe Cyber threats are most likely to disrupt businesses. Whether it is data breach, denial of service or ransomware, these attacks are on the rise. Ransomware in 2016 has cost the industry more than $350 million. Unlike other business disruptions, cyber threats are deliberately engineered and cyber criminals are highly organized, trading malicious code on the dark web.
As a leading Cyber Security expert put it: “it’s not if, but when” your business will be disrupted by a data breach. How would you plan for the initial incident response in the event of your business being disrupted by a cyber-security threat? Would it be a Cyber Security Incident Response Plan (CSIRP), Business Continuity Plan (BCP), or Crisis Management Plan (CMP) that is relevant? See below infographics for more insights:
About the Author
eBRP Founder and Chief Designer of eBRP Suite, Ramesh is a proponent of constant change, a visionary who believes that the practice of Business Continuity can deliver improved operational efficiency. Ramesh, B.Tech in Electrical Engineering, has nearly 30 years experience in Business & Technology roles. His thoughts are expressed in blogs, white-papers, frequent webcasts and speaking engagements at industry conferences.