Cybersecurity Resiliency Framework Built on a Foundation of Threat Intelligence

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Matt Aldridge, Michael Suby

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Cyber resilience can be an intimidating topic for any business, but the risk of a cyber attack is higher than ever. It is critical for companies to take action to lower their cyber risks, or potentially face crippling business disruptions: 1/3 of companies that experienced a ransomware incident reported business disruption of a week or longer, while 75% of companies that encountered a highly visible ransomware incident required post-incident steps to assess and, as warranted, improve their company’s data protection and recovery practices. To help organizations get ahead of potential cyberattacks, this IDC eBook, sponsored by Webroot + Carbonite, presents a six-step cyber resilience framework based on foundational industry principles that outlines the steps that businesses can take to strengthen their cyber resilience. In this webinar, IDC analyst Michael Suby engages BrightCloud’s Matt Aldridge in a discussion of this six-step cyber resilience framework and explores the role of threat intelligence in boosting security efficacy. This conversation covers trends in the current threat landscape, new forms of cyber attacks attributed to the Russia-Ukraine war, and highlights ways that advanced machine-learning models can be leveraged to produce timely, accurate, and contextual threat intelligence to combat zero-day threats. There is no need to roll the dice and only partially address cybersecurity risks. Turning the framework and insights presented in this eBook into action provides a blueprint to lower your cyber risks and to avoid becoming the next victim.

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