Cyberthreats are only going to increase in quantity and sophistication, and organizations are all struggling to stay ahead of the curve.
Between 2020 and 2022 there has been a 400% increase in the frequency of attempts to compromise critical infrastructure systems. With increasing digitization and a continued talent shortage, keeping critical assets secure and operational is getting more and more complicated.
Leading organizations are integrating cyber into everything they do, from employee training to protecting against phishing attacks to designing new infrastructure, control and safety systems to combat cybersabotage. Cyber has become a necessary consideration in every aspect of the critical infrastructure industry.
While designing and building cyber resiliency is a critical investment, the increasing speed and sophistication of attackers means it’s necessary for organizations to implement in-depth defense, including upfront design, monitoring and detection, and operational technology-focused incident response programs. Designed to limit impacts and provide business continuity even during an incident, a robust system is capable of detecting the attack and quickly responding — and can build resiliency without causing disruption to an organization.
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