The four pillars of
Cyber Resilience

Cyber resilience refers to an entity‘s ability to deliver the intended outcome, despite adverse cyber events. The concept brings the areas of information security, business continuity and risk management together.


Analysis of vulnerabilities and effectiveness of existing cyber technologies. Threat intelligence to find indicators of planned cyber-attacks.


Rapid detection and analysis of suspicious activities within the digital infrastructure; initiation of remediation activities.


Evaluate damage and execute recovery plans.


Modify the organizations capabilities to address new threats; educate and train employees.

The Resilience of an Organization

The resilience of a company is a measure how well the organization can withstand external influences such as changing market conditions, a natural disaster or a service interruption. The corona pandemic is showing the importance of preparation for an unexpected crisis. As a consequence of the digital transformation of our economy in combination with the industrialization of cyber-crime, cyber risks are now within the top three of business risks worldwide.

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Are you prepared for a cyber crisis?

Cyber resilience describes the resistance of organizations against cyber-attacks. This includes disciplines like cyber-security, disaster recovery and incident response. You need appropriate security technology for protection, but also you need to be able to detect incidents quickly and react accordingly. Three of the four pillars of cyber resilience are based on cyber security, where the traditional reactive (defensive) approach needs to be augmented by proactive methods.

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