Building Cyber Resilience Webinar

The Conference Board of Canada, January 29, 2019
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Organizations need to face the virtual inevitability of being impacted by cyber incidents, intrusions, and attacks of some kind. In addition to having a strong cyber security posture, building cyber resilience is critical to mitigating cyber attacks in a rapidly evolving environment. Unlike cyber security, which is usually very focused on protection, cyber resilience recognizes the inevitability of a successful cyber attack and the need for businesses to limit their impacts, maintain critical functions, and quickly return to normal following an incident.

Webinar Highlights

Based on the Conference Board’s publication Building Cyber Resilience, this 60 minute recorded webinar explores how you can prepare for the inevitable, and provides recommendations on how organizations can build cyber resilience. Our presenter Rachael Bryson focuses on five key steps: prepare, protect, detect, respond, and recover.

About Racheal

Photo of Rachael BrysonRachael Bryson is a Senior Research Associate in national security and public safety with the Conference Board of Canada. Her areas of research include national security, cyber security, and emergency management. Rachael is also a PhD candidate at Carleton University, where her doctoral research examines civil-military relations and strategic decision making during NATO coalition campaigns. Rachael is a former public servant, having worked in research and policy for the Department of National Defence, Public Safety Canada, and Global Affairs Canada. At DND, she helped design research projects on military culture and socialization in response to the 2015 External Review into Sexual Misconduct and Sexual Harassment in the Canadian Armed Forces. At Global Affairs, she was a lead policy advisor for Canada's feminist foreign policy in the Foreign Policy and Planning division. Rachael has previously interned with NATO as a strategic foresight analyst, and completed her masters at the Centre for Military and Strategic Studies at the University of Calgary and her undergraduate degree at the University of Ottawa.

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