Public sector concepts of how organisations help mitigate systemic risk - in this example, cyber defence for their sector - are difficult to convey. Since organisational interpretations of the concept vary, complementary implementation challenges abound; usually ending with highly glossed fanfare masking minimal results. Here is the first set of considerations for organisations to become part of the solution.
Organisations entering or exiting a market/ region have a number of constraints and obstacles to navigate. Often overlooked are ones related to cyber - both from legal and dependency perspectives. Here is what to consider.
Absent Cassandra (Abssandra) is the outcome of knowing there is a question or issue we are required to solve - with no effective internal or external means or understanding to base our plans and programs on. The dangers we don't often admit are framed within the post.
Boards need to know how to prepare organisations for dealing with cyber crime by asking questions in "peace-time" which may help during a cyber incident - aka "war-time".
One of the most recognised risks is third party/ app supplier risks, as they provision the tools used to create your business' client services. Here is how to create a simple path, limiting disruption from a cyber event.
A business case for approaching cyber eco-systems. Intended for FIs, can be applied to other organisations.