The Value of Building Cybersecurity Resilience
In the modern cybersecurity climate, the question isn't if your organization will experience a data breach, but when. As companies come to understand that a breach is largely inevitable, they must challenge themselves to build the resilience needed to respond to and recover from a security incident. At the CDW Protect SummIT in San Antonio, we asked security and IT experts how organizations can better position themselves to bounce back from a cyberattack. To see more articles and videos from the Protect SummIT, visit biztechmag.com/
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Dan Adams, Director of IT, 4Wall
Joe Levy, CTO, Sophos
Joe Evangelisto, CISO, MercuryGate
Matt Peters, Director of IT Infrastructure, U.S. Bowling Congress
Ed Gustenhoven, Vice President of IT, Pabst Brewing
Jeff Falcon, Cybersecurity Practice Lead, CDW
- Beyond resilience, some organizations aim to establish the ability to thrive in adversity.
- Establishing an incident response plan and finding a partner that can help carry out this plan is a useful step for building resilience.
- When assessing incident response, organizations should determine not only what went wrong, but also what went right.