Crisis preparedness is becoming a massive competitive advantage

The Myth:

We don't need to prepare for a cyber crisis just yet

Cyber risk has now overtaken, financial risk as the greatest threat that we all face. At the same time, many of the factors that led to the global financial crisis of 2008/9 are mirrored in the current state of cybersecurity. We cannot afford to make the same mistakes all over again.

You have to prepare in advance. Waiting until a crisis occurs before thinking of crisis preparedness, is like waiting until you are drowning before thinking of learning to swim.

The Reality:

Massive disruption events are an opportunity to capture the market, but only if you are prepared

It is almost impossible to dislodge dominant players in any market. However, those with a strength in crisis preparedness see massive disruption events as unique opportunities to capture a leading position in the market while incumbents and other flounder.

Be risk aware and avoid CISOlation

Most of the leadership team in any organisation is focused on return on investment (ROI) metrics like revenue and profit. The CISO is alone is focusing on return on risk metrics (ROR like risk appetite. Not only can the CISO find himself isolated, but he is sometimes also scapegoated, when data misuse occurs as a consequence of the CMO’s actions or when a security breach occurs as a consequence of the CIO’s actions, but the organisation blames the CISO – this is just one potential consequence of CISOlation.



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