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Improving cyber resilience for a stronger business future
Realistically, it isn’t possible to prevent 100% of cyber attacks, especially as attack surfaces continue to grow in size and complexity. A more practical approach to security, therefore, is cyber resilience: the ability to respond to and recover from attacks with minimal financial or operational disruption to a business.
The world of business data has changed: there’s more of it, it’s more complex, and it’s accessed in more places by more people. The problem, however, is that security approaches have not similarly evolved. As a result, businesses often lack the visibility of what they need to protect, why certain assets are vulnerable, and how their various security solutions can help them respond.
Ask yourself these questions:
- Is your attack surface constantly expanding, and dynamic in nature?
- Do you lack real-time security visibility, inventory of data and assets, and/or internal skills and resources?
- Are you suffering from security vendor sprawl, and possess a large, uncoordinated range of different solutions?
If you have answered yes to any of these questions, then a major shift towards a cyber resilience strategy is vital.
How SCC can help
SCC provides end-to-end cyber resilience services that can help you strengthen your security posture.
We combine the depth of innovation and expertise within our Security Operations Centre (SOC) with our consultancy practice and solution provision. That way, you and your security team can get all the guidance, process and technology support you need to assure operational continuity in the event of a cyber incident. Our approach is recognised by industry certifications, and is aligned to widely adopted frameworks like NIST, so you can rely on our expertise and confidently drive towards digital transformation.
At a time when, according to Gartner, 70% of CEOs plan to mandate a culture of organisational resilience by 2025, our solutions can play a key part in helping you develop a stronger, more secure business for the future.
- Managed Detection and Response
- Extended Detection and Response
- Vulnerability Management
- Security Awareness Training
- Phishing Simulations
- Cyber Maturity Assessment
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