Resiliency in a business context is often closely associated with continuity. If something happens, or if there is an outage, businesses depend on the principles of failover and redundancy to keep systems up or get them running again quickly. But the equation changes when you shift the conversation to cyber resiliency. It encompasses recovery and, more importantly, the ability to repel and prevent attacks in real-time and establish flexible, responsive, and proactive operations.
Over three-quarters of corporations cite security and data breaches as the top cause of server, operating system, application, and network downtime. Your system architecture, while important, is only part of the cyber resiliency solution. Having a strategy that includes both your architecture and people is vital, as well.