Elizabeth Houser, Director, Cyber Defense at DefenseStorm, joined us in the Studio Lounge to share insights from her CU Intersect session on: "Building Cyber Resilience: Turning Data into Action."
Specifically, Elizabeth discussed the critical components of cyber resilience, focusing on the role of tabletop exercises and reliable data to enhance a credit union’s proactive response to cyberthreats. In turn, she said, credit unions will reduce risk, become more efficient, and lower operational expenses.
Some of the session takeaways she addressed:
The meaning and importance of cyber resilience
The critical role of tabletop exercises in improving Incident Response Plans (IR)
How to leverage reliable data to prioritize cybersecurity initiatives and improve your cyber risk management program