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Why should you improve cyber resilience?

Thomas Murray | London | 24 June 2022

Roland Thomas

Corporate Development Manager

Cyber-attacks increased 40% globally in 2021*. With cyber criminals becoming more sophisticated, IT Security teams are under pressure to build resilience without increasing budgets.

What is cyber resilience?

The ability to tackle ongoing security threats effectively.

Preventative measures and an efficient response plan can help protect against attacks, yet many organisations fail to implement such tactics, leaving themselves vulnerable.

3 ways to build affordable resilience

  1. Educate staff
    Your employees are your number one risk - 78% of IT leaders believe employees have put data at risk accidentally in the past 12 months**. Security awareness training is perhaps the most essential service every IT Security team can deliver to the wider organisation.
  2. Monitor your third parties and suppliers
    60% of data breaches are caused by third parties’ and suppliers***. Since the average cost of a data breach in 2021 was $4.24 million****, failing to monitor your supply chain is a false economy.
  3. Review your external security providers
    While outsourcing security services can help teams manage their growing organisation, they are exposing themselves to more risk.

Thomas Murray offers an affordable solution for managing your cyber risk.

Our continuous monitoring of your network and weekly checks of your third parties/suppliers allows us to identify and resolve issues before they become a problem.

Contact us to find out more or book a demo of our Cyber Risk tool to get started.

Robert Smith

Head of SaaS Sales and Customer Success

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**Check Point Software Technologies, 2021.
**SecurityMagazine, 2020.
***IBM and Ponemon Institute, 2021..
****IBM, 2021.