Cyber security and cyber resilience – seem similar but mean different things. Do you know the difference?

Well, one refers to your ability to protect your digital assets, and the other refers to your ability to recover from a cyber-attack which is fundamentally different. So which one is which?

  • Cyber security initiates a collection of technologies and actions to mitigate security risks. The core of cyber security is preventing data breaches. It speaks to a business’s ability to protect against hackers that may connect to a company’s network or attempt hacked access to its information system and data.
  • Cyber resilience is about your ability to fight against threats while under attack, recover data, avoid service disruption, and mitigate overall damages. Cyber resilience is just as crucial for internal threats as external threats. As we can do all the right things but still suffer an incident. Hence, now it’s about the confidence that you can recover your valuable applications quickly and data has been safely backed up, maintained and secured.

Cyber security and cyber resilience work hand in hand, and the right systems will mean you’re well-placed to do your best to avoid attack and recover if the worst happens.

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