Intelligensia can help businesses like yours become cyber resilient, fully prepared to detect, respond and more importantly recover from cyber attacks. From small to large businesses, we will partner with you to deliver tailor-made practical solutions, fast.



of cybersecurity breaches are the result of human error

Cybint, 2021



Protecting your business from cyber attacks is more than having cybersecurity tools or an IT team. A successful cyber attack could cost you operational downtime, loss of data, reputational damage, and lost revenue.

Being cyber resilient is much more than being cyber secure. Being cyber resilient means knowing what needs to be protected, what risks you face, and having plans for threat detection, response, and most importantly, knowing how to recover as rapidly as possible from cyber incidents.



of organisations experienced spear-phishing attempts

Proofpoint, 2019



If you are a board member, a senior management executive, or a business owner, you should be ensuring your business is cyber resilient.

As a leader, are you fully aware of your business's cyber risk appetite and tolerance? Do you have a clear cyber incident response plan in place? Do you know which of your assets is most in need of protection? Are you fully prepared to deal with the fallout from a successful cyber attack?

All too often a business implements cybersecurity tools, and then develops protocols and practices around them. While this bottom-up approach is fine, it can lead to a system that is not aligned with achieving your business goals.

To be cyber resilient, a top-down approach is needed. Clearly defining your business requirements means everyone can be on the same page when it comes to cybersecurity. It will allow you to be sure that your cybersecurity is the right fit for your business, and be confident that you have fully minimised the risks you face from a successful cyber attack.


197 DAYS

average time to detect a data breach

IBM, 2020



It is easy to ignore the cyber risks your business faces. You might think your business is too small to be attacked. Or that cyber attacks are something that happen overseas.

In fact, most cyber attacks are not specifically targeted. They are most likely to come from automated systems that spray out attacks as widely as possible, in the hope of finding exploitable weaknesses.

And while there is an ever growing number of criminal and state-sponsored actors perpetrating attacks, you don't have to be clever or skilled to mount a cyber attack. Cyber attack software and systems are freely available on the dark net, available for anyone to purchase and use at very little cost.

COVID-19 has made things worse, by extending the attack surface of your business's cyber systems to your employee's homes.


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