Sayers offers an assessment designed to measure an organization's Business Continuity Maturity.
Prevention is the first line of defense against any type of breach, specifically ransomware. A prevention strategy might include anything from human behavior, identity & access management, to an extensive set of security policies.
If the unthinkable happens and a breach does occur, early detection can mean the difference between just an incident or being covered on the 6 o’clock news. Consistent and thorough evaluation of all threat detection technology and processes is a necessity.
So, what’s next? How do you identify a breach? Can you manage reputation? Response goes far beyond your standard monitoring and alerts. Company-wide incident response plans should be in place and rehearsed to address containment and eradication of a breach.
Lastly, we review the recovery strategy. Whether it’s data or financial recovery, your ability to protect organizational assets and continue to operate your business in spite of a breach is critical, not just to a successful incident mitigation strategy, but, for your survival.
The assessment will include interviews with internal stakeholders to determine the level of preparation the business has completed each of the following areas:
Define BCP Scope, Objectives, and Stakeholders
Conduct a BIA to determine acceptable RTOs and RPOs
Create a Recovery Workflow
Establish a BCMS to govern and improve your BCP
BCP Documentation Change Management
In the evolving world of threats and interruptions to your business, two teams are finding common threads that can help each other improve and prevail: Business Continuity and Cybersecurity.
Sayers developed a five-phase approach to improve storage security, backup, and recovery. Resulting in nearly 92% reduction in Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and 96% reduction in Recovery Point Objective (RPO).