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Cyber attacks: why organisations must defend as one

An organisation’s defences are only as strong as those of the other organisations in the ecosystem.

Cyber attacks: why organisations must defend as oneCyber attacks: why organisations must defend as one

Cyber attacks are on the rise and it’s simply unrealistic to expect single organisations to have the capacity and expertise for fending off cyber criminals alone. Organisations are linked, whether they like it or not, and the responsibility for preventing cyber crime is shared by the entire ecosystem. When organisations see themselves as part of this interconnected community, there’s a natural incentive to look out for one another and join forces against common foes. In other words, the strongest defence against cybercrime for organisations is simply to defend as one.

We've set out our case for collaboration in defending against cyber attacks, including:

  • Why outsourcing security doesn’t solve the problem
  • How sharing attack data is in everyone’s best interests
  • What victim blaming does (or rather doesn’t) achieve
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