A robust, resilient IT infrastructure makes businesses more resistant to internal and external disruptive factors - whether it is cybercrime, higher forces or simply human error. The consequences are reduced and the resulting damage is lower. What does that actually mean? How can the cyber resilience of a company be effectively increased?
An IT infrastructure is cyber-resilient if it is able to withstand disruptions, enables flexible reactions and, at best, ensures that processes in the company can run largely undamaged and without interruption. We have compiled important information and experiences in our comprehensive whitepaper on the topic of "Cyber Resilience - Resistance in the Digital Age". The guide explains what cyber resilience exactly is, why SMEs should urgently address it and which concrete steps make sense. Here is a brief overview of our most important recommendations:
These seven points can only give a first impression of how cyber resilience can be achieved. Our most important recommendation: develop a holistic concept that fits into your business strategy and start planning. We discuss many more detailed questions in our whitepaper, and we are also available for individual consultation.