Cyber resilience is becoming more critical in the public sector. The Government Cyber Security Strategy: 2022 to 2030 requires all Whitehall departments to undergo annual independent audits of their resilience credentials and adjust accordingly. Additionally, there is a police-led network of cyber resilience centres helping local public bodies and SMEs ensure they have adequate people and processes in place.
To understand what cyber resilience looks like in practice, PublicTechnology and Rubrik hosted a webinar discussion with a panel of expert speakers from academia, law enforcement and the private sector to explore some of the challenges in achieving cyber resilience, particularly in the public sector context.
Chaired by PublicTechnology editor Sam Trendall, the panel included the detective superintendent for West Midlands Police, Vanessa Eyles, who is also the director of the Cyber Resilience Centre for the West Midlands, Muttukrishnan Rajarajan, a professor of security engineering and director of the Institute for Cybersecurity at City University London, and Richard Cassidy, field CISO for Rubrik and a member of the Forbes Technology Council.
The discussion covered:
- Does ‘cyber resilience’ require a different mindset to ‘cyber security’ – and how can this change in approach be supported?
- Ensuring a cyber-aware and resilient workforce: from senior managers to front-line colleagues
- How do technology and technical controls support resilience?
- Best practice for responding to successful attacks
- How to ensure continuous improvement of cyber resilience
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