8 steps to starting a cybersecurity virtuous cycle

Only 0.5% of cybercriminals are convicted – so businesses must build their own cyber-resilience. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Andrea Bonime-Blanc

Founder and CEO, GEC Risk Advisory


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The Virtuous resilience life-cycle Image: A. Bonime-Blanc
The Vicious resilience life-cycle Image: A. Bonime-Blanc

A healthy cyber culture stems from the top down Image: A. Bonime-Blanc
Characteristics of a cyber-resilient organization Image: World Economic Forum

Cyber-risk management must extend across an organization's functions Image: A. Bonime-Blanc

Fully integrating cybersecurity into an organization's business strategy is also crucial Image: A. Bonime-Blanc

Metrics help with measuring progress on cybersecurity Image: A. Bonime-Blanc


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