What is Digital Resilience?
Digital resilience is an organization’s ability to continue to operate through an impairment, and to stay in business while minimizing customer harm, reputational damage, and financial loss.
- Know their entire, as-built networks, including data paths within the network
- Set targets, measurements, and goals for defense and response
- Employ best practices in change management and prioritize risks and intelligence for better decision-making
- Respond rapidly to incidents – while maintaining operational readiness, reducing the risk of losing data, and preventing additional harm
Don’t let your company be the next grim headline. Build your digital resilience.
Cybercrime is on the rise — and businesses large and small are at risk. For management, the question is not if you will be targeted, but when. Does your organization have digital resilience? Are you prepared?
Is your enterprise actively monitoring network vulnerabilities and threats, taking steps to understand and contain attacks, enabling continued operation during an incident?
In Digital Resilience: Is Your Company Ready for the Next Cyber Threat, author Ray Rothrock lays bare strategies not just for surviving attacks, but thriving even while under assault.
By Ray A. Rothrock
RedSeal CEO and former General Partner, Venrock
Author of CYBERWAR and former U.S. National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection and Counterterrorism and CEO of Good Harbor