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What is a Disaster Recovery Plan? + Complete Checklist

A disaster recovery plan (DRP) is a set of detailed, documented guidelines that outline a business’ critical assets and explain how the organization will respond to unplanned incidents. Unplanned incidents or disasters typically include cyber attacks, system failures, power outages, natural disasters, equipment failures, or infrastructure disasters.


PRA SS2/21: A Third-Party RIsk Management Compliance Guide

In recognizing the growing impact of third-party risks on operational resilience, the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) has established new regulatory requirements in the areas of third-party risk management and outsourcing. The details were published in a Supervisory Statement that has been put into effect since March 2022.


How to Comply with Australia's CIRMP Rules

The Australian Cyber and Infrastructure Security Centre (CISC) recently announced that the Critical Infrastructure Risk Management Program (CIRMP) obligation had entered into effect. The Minister for Home Affairs, the Hon Clare O’Neil, signed the CIRMP Rules as the final part (Section 61) of the Security of Critical Infrastructure Act 2018 (SOCI Act) on 17 February 2023, effective immediately.


The Ultimate Cybersecurity Guide for Healthcare in 2023

Nearly 93% of healthcare organizations experienced a data breach in the last three years, and most of these events could have been avoided with basic cybersecurity practices. To help healthcare entities mitigate cybersecurity risks and increase their data breach resilience, we’ve created a comprehensive healthcare cybersecurity guide optimized for the biggest security threats in the industry.


Using ChatGPT to Improve Your Cybersecurity Posture

On November 30, 2022, ChatGPT quaked the digital world, sending a tremor that even rattled the cybersecurity industry. Instead of responding in panic, a more sensible approach is to begin learning how to leverage the technology to streamline your workflow and optimize your skills. In this post, we explain how ChatGPT can be used to improve your cybersecurity posture and data breach resilience.


A Data Leak Detection Guide for the Tech Industry in 2023

In February 2021, UpGuard researchers discovered that 51% of analyzed Fortune 500 companies were leaking information in the metadata of public documents hosted on their websites. This discovery is a window into a broader overlooked cyber threat category, increasing the risk of data breaches in the tech industry - data leaks. Data leaks (often confused with data breaches) help hackers compress the data breach attack pathway, increasing the speed, severity, and frequency of these events.