by Geoff Hancock, for TechTarget
Cybersecurity and cyber resilience are not the same. They're related, of course, but both have different demands, principles and mindsets.
Cybersecurity is an organization's ability to protect its information assets from digital threats and vulnerabilities, whereas cyber resilience refers to an organization's proactive ability to:
- anticipate where threats will come from;
- manage attacks when they occur; and
- adapt to future threats through visibility.
Cyber resilience also assumes a breach has or will happen, and provides the foundation to prepare and manage through such an attack.
Read on to learn how to build a culture of cyber resilience.