As cyber attacks proliferate, old-fashioned business continuity and disaster recovery planning becomes an increasingly limited – and therefore dangerously inadequate – mitigation strategy. Organisations need to construct disruption risk mitigation strategies that operate along a primarily techological continuum that ranges from cyber defence to ICT disaster recovery – a cyber-resilience strategy.

I’ll be talking more about these issues in my contribution, at midday today, to the online Threat and Risk Management Summit – you can login online and listen, live, to my talk on Cyber-resilience: the Core of Modern Risk Management.