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Episode #10: Cyber Resilience By Design
Travis Wong, Resilience’s VP of Customer Engagement, and Tas Jalali, Head of Cybersecurity at AC Transit, discuss cyber insurance and business objectives.
by Richard Seiersen
, Cyber Resilience Strategic Advisor
Podcast #10: Cyber Resilience By Design
Much of operational security (SecOps) involves investing in, deploying, and managing controls and their aftermath. When those efforts tie to a bonafide security strategy we call them tactics. Apart from a strategy, SecOps efforts are at best compliance processes or at worst security theater. What makes a security strategy meaningful? A business objective. The objective we are proposing for the industry is: Making The Business Resilient To Material Losses. That objective drives goals, strategy and tactics. It’s how a companies executives, board, and security practitioners can create a business that is “Cyber Resilient By Design.”
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