Cyber Resilience is more than Detect and Prevent, it’s also about Respond and Recover

Gavin Wilson

Principal Consultant, London, UK

Corporate Banking

Resilience from cyber threats is more important now than ever. The year 2020 broke all records when it came to data lost in breaches and sheer numbers of cyber-attacks on companies, governments, and individuals. With most of the online workforce working from home and relying on personal broadband connections that are often lacking the tight security found in an enterprise environment, hackers are exploiting this vulnerability.

Phishing and spear-phishing, Ransomware, Doxing, Credential Stuffing, DDoS, and insider threats abound. Could we recover from a modern cyber-attack? In this article read Synechron's Digital’s SME's insights about risk and cyber security and find out how enterprises have evolved their strategies to outthink criminal minds.

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Cyber Resilience is more than Detect and Prevent, it’s also about Respond and Recover

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