Prodec Networks: Ensuring Long Term Security with Cyber Resilience

Published on
01/02/2022 09:28 AM

Organisations must strengthen their cyber resilience in 2022. Five years ago, the cybersecurity industry was in its infancy, with many businesses frantically grappling with the dangers and consequences of malware. Now, looking back, it's clear to see where business leaders went wrong with threat detection and response.

Today, the enterprise can greatly learn from the growing number of breaches and attacks and use this information to inform their cybersecurity strategies. But what exactly are the best practices for future-proofing data and other valuable assets from cyber attackers? Is there a cyber resilience model all organisations should adopt?

Striving for cyber resilience in 2022 and beyond

Gareth Davies, Operations Manager at Prodec Networks, joins this EM360 Podcast to discuss the security elements that need to be addressed in 2022 and beyond.

In this new year of cyber threats, Gareth looks at how these issues are addressed in the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) Annual Review 2021. This set out to explain how to make the UK the safest place to live and work online, based on the culmination of a five-year National Cyber Security Strategy, addressing past, present and future threats.

Points of conversation include:

  • Ransomware as ‘the most immediate cybersecurity threat to UK businesses’, according to Lindy Cameron, CEO of the NCSC
  • The vital importance of strengthening cybersecurity, with  nearly 40% of all UK businesses (approximately 2.3 million) reporting a cyber breach or attack in 2020/21
  • Striking a balance between security and availability
  • The ways in which companies are adopting a cyber resilience model to ensure effective, long-term security
  • How to address threats in 2022 and the tools/technologies companies need to use to tackle all areas of protection.

Meet the panel