Why don’t organisations [communities] – and how can they – manage their cyber resilience well enough to remain trusted by their stakeholders in the face of relentless cyber-attacks?
Click on the links below for workshop reports.
Workshop One – 26th March 2019, Culture and Resilience
This workshop was held at Shrivenham on 26th March 2019. The report contains a rich set of observations which should give pause for thought for anyone interested in culture, international supply chains, change programmes and resilience.
Workshop Two – 3rd June 2019, A Compliance Eco-system
The workshop, held at the University of Manchester, explored many of the fundamental elements at work in a potential cyber resilience compliance eco-system.
Workshop Three – 11th November 2019, Towards a cyber resilient organisational culture
The workshop, held at the Aston University, Birmingham, adopted elements of the ‘soft systems’ approach to formulate a system view and understanding of how a Cyber Resilience eco-system might affect the behaviours of individuals, organisations and communities. By doing so, it sought to work towards establishing a cyber resilient organisational culture.