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Why business alignment matters when building cyber resilience

 Mark du Plessis
Mark du Plessis 6/13/2022 11:45 AM GMT+08  • 6 min read
 Why business alignment matters when building cyber resilience
Aligning your cybersecurity strategy with your business priorities can help you achieve better business outcomes. Here’s how. Photo: Flex Point Security/Unsplash
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Today, business leaders and governments can agree that if there is one thing they should not ignore, it is cybersecurity. In 2021, organisations experienced a 107% increase YoY in ransomware attacks, along with heightened incidences of supply chain and cloud-centric cyber threats.

As the threat landscape grows bigger, businesses need to innovate for security while exercising caution, with the key focus being on cyber resilience rather than invincibility.

In this battle of endurance against cybercrime, organisations need a new approach to building resilience. A fail-fast approach is not an option for security where attack vulnerabilities could be catastrophic.

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