A cyber attack is not the time to test emergency plans
As a leader in business continuity, Interactive has helped 80+ plus organisations respond to various disaster declarations. Paired with our expert cyber practice, Interactive can guide organisations to integrate cyber security into business continuity planning (BCP).
We can help no matter where you are in your business resilience journey. Whether you’re looking to embed a cyber response into your established business resilience plans or looking to build a BCP from scratch.
Interactive’s Business Resilience Roadmap
Identify your business-critical assets
Assess possible threats
Perform a risk assessment
Update your BCP
Test your response plans
Revise and repeat
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Frequently Asked Questions
This is the ability to be agile, adapt to disruptive events, and continue with business as usual even if you fall prey to a cyber attack. If you have strong resiliency, you’ll be able to ensure your people are safe, assets are protected and overall brand equity is maintained. Recovery is also vital for end-to-end business resilience. Recovery is achieved by having post-disruption strategies in place that allow businesses to quickly plug security gaps, mitigate any resulting expensive downtime, and continue operations without major disruptions.
Not only are cyber attacks increasing in volume, but also in sophistication and type with malware attacks, phishing attacks, and password attacks leading to the theft of billions of dollars and the loss of financial information, intellectual property, and sensitive data. If you do not want to be the next business making headlines after a customer data breach, business resilience is extremely important. Without a solid business resilience strategy, you may find yourself vulnerable to cyber attack, leaking your customer’s sensitive data and unable to recover or to overcome issues that lead to such a breach. This can mean detrimental damage caused to your business’ reputation as well as severe financial penalties.
Business resilience is measured in four ways; your ability to identify risks to your organisation, to safeguard any staff or assets that may be exposed to these risks, to execute standard operating procedures and protocols to protect these people and assets, and to subsequently analyse your performance before, during and after disruptive events.
The most comprehensive way to support business resilience is to be proactive, and the best way to do this is to have a business continuity plan (BCP). A BCP provides you the peace of mind of knowing that you are prepared for any eventuality and will be able to get back to your core business as soon as possible, should you experience a serious disruption.
Interactive is an Australian end-to-end IT services provider. Delivering an integrated suite of managed and professional services to customers who require 100% IT systems availability. With a comprehensive understanding of the IT systems landscape and offering services across cloud services, cyber security, hardware maintenance, and business continuity, we offer the highest standards of security and compliance to over 2,000 customers.