Realistic resilience: taking a pragmatic approach to cybersecurity
Our International Business Report (IBR) finds that nearly one in four businesses worldwide (21%) have faced a cyber-attack over the last 12 months.
This compares to 15% who said the same a year ago. Cyber criminals – whether global crime syndicates, nation states or individual hacktivists – are becoming more sophisticated and more innovative in the methods they use.
So you can safely assume that your business will be cyber attacked sooner or later - and you can also assume that someone, somehow, will be able to get through your defences, no matter how elaborate you make them. But being fearful and hyper-cautious won’t improve the situation. A better response is to understand how you can prepare for the inevitable.
By taking a pragmatic and realistic approach to cybersecurity – by assuming that ‘a breach is coming’ – you can build a resilient business that can withstand any crisis.
This page brings together our global insights and local knowledge to help businesses understand what a cyber attack is and how to take a pragmatic approach to cyber resilience.
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