Since the start of the Industrial Revolution, organisations have been constantly striving to improve efficiency. In the 18th and 19th centuries, it was the mechanisation of manufacturing that revolutionised industry. Today, it’s the rise of digital technology.
What happens when the network and information systems of an organisation that supports essential services, such as the provision of healthcare, are compromised by a cyberattack? Any breakdown in their reliability and security will not only require a robust disaster recovery and business continuity strategy, but it will also have a detrimental impact on society.