Thought we’d share this fascinating piece from Security Boulevard. It’s called 5 Best Practices of Implementing Business Resiliency During a Data Breach.

It shares a lot of interesting insights. Here’s one that is especially thought-provoking:

Develop a reliable, self-healing, resilience easy to manage architecture. It should be designed in such a way that the business can access all its components during a data breach. A native high-availability clustering is needed. Because no matter how well you have come up with a crisis management and continuity plan, it will be of no use if it’s not available on demand. So, it should be able to deploy quickly, with high scalability and flexibility.

To learn more, take a look at the rest of the article at this link to Security Boulevard.