A sector set to grow by more than 10% by 2022, according to a study by the Digital Trust Observatory, cybersecurity is no longer just a defensive issue.
It is a cultural and transformational issue for organizations, as Sandrine Cathelat (Opeo) emphasized during the Netexplo 2023 forum. Against this backdrop, it's clear that corporate boards need to get to grips with the subject.
According to a survey conducted by Kapersky, more than half of French executives systematically put cybersecurity on the agenda of their board meetings, but almost half of them feel that the subject is still poorly understood by management teams, citing its complexity and the jargon associated with it.
2017 marked a milestone with the recognition of the financial damage caused by the NotPetya and Wannacry viruses, and more recently Log4shell; and since then, the fact that the threat is evolving and the risk is increasingly likely has been well and truly integrated by these same executive teams.
What remains now is to fully acculturate decision-makers and business leaders, to give them the tools to anticipate threats and deal with them.So, as it's not a question of knowing "if" you're going to be attacked, but rather "when", here's a series of actionable tips to protect your IS, from our cyber experts, from good cyber hygiene practices to the notion of cyber resilience.
By downloading this guide, you will :
- Discover basic good cyber hygiene practices
- Acquire the knowledge and 5 essential reflexes to protect against attacks
- Know the procedures to follow in the event of an incident
- Understand crisis communication methods to anticipate and manage an incident