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{{definition|The ability of systems and organizations to withstand cyber [[event]]s, measured by the combination of mean time to failure and mean time to recovery. <ref>[http://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_IT_PartneringCyberResilience_Guidelines_2012.pdf WEF Partnering for Cyber Resilience Guidelines 2012]</ref>}}<br />
 
{{definition|The ability of systems and organizations to withstand cyber [[event]]s, measured by the combination of mean time to failure and mean time to recovery. <ref>[http://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_IT_PartneringCyberResilience_Guidelines_2012.pdf WEF Partnering for Cyber Resilience Guidelines 2012]</ref>}}<br />
 
 
 
 
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=== National Definitions ===
 
=== National Definitions ===

Revision as of 11:06, 8 June 2015

Definitions

Other Definitions

Scotland

Cyber resilience is being able to prepare for, adapt to, withstand and rapidly recover and learn from disruptions from cyber criminality/attacks. [1]

To do this, people need to develop the skills, knowledge and understanding of the risk, in whatever setting they find themselves in, and then take the necessary steps to prepare for and respond to such events.

Other International Definitions

Cyber Resilience.org

Cyber resilience refers to the ability to continuously deliver the intended outcome despite adverse cyber events. [2]


World Economic Forum

The ability of systems and organizations to withstand cyber events, measured by the combination of mean time to failure and mean time to recovery. [3]


See also

Notes

  1. [http://www.gov.scot/Publications/2015/06/5015/13 Scottish Government Consultation on proposal for a Cyber Resilience Strategy for Scotland]
  2. Cyber Resilience.org
  3. WEF Partnering for Cyber Resilience Guidelines 2012