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it-sa Digital Preview Day
Preview Day Stream I

What you can learn from cyber incidents to improve cyber resilience

As part of our event partnership, we will show you a recording from this year's secIT by Heise 2023.

calendar_today Tue, 26.09.2023, 12:30 - 13:15

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Awareness / Phishing / Fraud


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We have become accustomed to reading about cyber attacks on a daily basis: stolen records, encrypted files and backups, business interruptions and ransom payments. Businesses have become aware that they must constantly evolve their protective measures and still prepare for the worst case scenario. Creating contingency plans and recovery plans and practising them in tabletop exercises is becoming the norm. Now is exactly the right time to address the issue of resilience in the context of cyber incidents. Do we really need to shut everything down in an emergency? This will certainly lead to the interruption of all business processes, if that is not yet the result of the attack. Isn't there a way to think in advance about how (limited) operations can continue despite a compromise to ensure that you don't have to send all employees home? That would at least reduce the extent of the damage. In this presentation, the speaker shows what he and his co-elaborators have learned from several cyber incidents they have helped with. It should help the audience to increase resilience against attacks and be better prepared for security incidents. ... read more

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