Perspectives on Cyber Resilience

​​​​​​​From Our Pulse Solutions Series​

​​Being cyber resilient is being ready for the inevitable cyber incident, and resilience programs are as varied as the enterprises that deploy them. CAEs from three organizations — Tiffany & Co., Zions Bancorporation, and the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control — reveal how each is preparing to provide services, support employees, and serve customers even while under attack.

Perspectives on Cyber Resilience

​​The Pulse Solutions series comes in response to the needs identified in the North American Pulse of Internal Audit. The series offers solutions gleaned from interviews with leaders in and around the internal audit profession.​​

Being cyber resilient is being ready for the inevitable cyber incident, and resilience programs are as varied as the enterprises that deploy them. CAEs from three organizations — Tiffany & Co., Zions Bancorporation, and the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control — reveal how each is preparing to provide services, support employees, and serve customers even while under attack.

https://dl.theiia.org/AECMember/Pulse-Solutions-Perspectives-on-Cyber-Resilience.pdf

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