The new way of working has accelerated the use of technology and has transformed digital systems. As a result, its vital organizations strengthen their cybersecurity resilience. These changes to the infrastructure have led to greater risk to systems and processes. Therefore, the protection of cyber-physical systems and processes are critical. Those critical elements of infrastructure (facilities, systems, sites, property, information, people, networks and processes), and the supply chains that support them, the loss or compromise of which would result in a major detrimental impact on the availability, delivery, or integrity of essential services, leading to severe economic and social consequences.
In today’s world, it’s quite clear that connectivity and the digital infrastructure underpins in the way people work, it’s essential and critical to our economy. Access to fast and reliable digital connectivity (internet, broadband, mobile and wireless, devices, applications and services, IoT and cloud) is a necessity for communities and businesses and will be essential to keeping pace with global developments. As a result, organizations have to protect their digital assets, such as data, information, algorithms and digital twins which have to all be managed effectively.
As the use of technology advances, cybercriminals become more sophisticated in their approach. Stay one step ahead, reduce the risk of cyber-attacks and protect against the unauthorized exploitation of systems, networks and technologies with a cybersecurity strategy in place.
Did you know?
‘146 days is the average time hackers stay hidden on a network’.
In this time hackers can penetrate your organization's systems. Use standards to safeguard your intellectual property and personal data, protect valuable IT infrastructure and manage cybersecurity processes effectively to reduce the threats to your organization.