Proving resilience is challenging without the appropriate metrics, and traditional training methods don’t deliver figures that provide real visibility. While a 100% score on an annual exercise may be an indicator of know-how, a percentage does not impart how a team may work together when facing a breach. Armed with better visibility into performance metrics, organizations can gain a holistic view of their organization’s abilities both on an individual and team basis.
Ultimately, increasing cyber resilience starts with increasing focus on people. By adopting a people-centric cybersecurity stance, organizations can upskill and exercise existing talent, building a more capable, more resilient workforce.
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