Cyber Resilience: - Resilia
RESILIA™ is a best practice framework to build cyber resilience skills across an organization. It is developed by AXELOS and supports a Foundation and Practitioner level qualification and certification scheme.
The RESILIA™ Cyber Resilience Best Practices guide offers practical knowledge to enhance existing management strategies and help align cyber resilience with IT operations, security and incident management. It uses the lifecycle approach to develop the skills and insight needed to detect, respond to and recover from cyber-attacks and therefore works well with other frameworks such as ITIL® Service Management.
SPOCE provide an extensive range of accredited training and certification courses. The delivery methods range from Instructor-led classroom events to Bespoke on-site client events.
RESILIA™ training is available as a client event at this time and can be delivered at your own company location/premises, any where in the world.
Existing qualifications like CISSP, CISM and CISA are predominantly aimed at security professionals and as such have a more technical focus. For instance, CISSP includes elements of physical security, with strategies and controls designed to prevent and detect cyber to attacks.
RESILIA™ has been designed to highlight the importance of strategies and controls that respond and recover from attack and is aimed at IT, risk and business professionals, who need a greater understanding of cyber resilience as part of their existing responsibilities and strategies.
Similarly, many existing frameworks (E.g. NIST, ISF, ISO 27001) outline a set of controls that an organization should put in place, often for the benefit of proving external assurance.
RESILIA™ has been designed to complement these existing standards and frameworks by providing guidance on how these controls can be selected, deployed and managed in a way that is appropriate for the specific organization. It enables the wider IT team, and risk and business professionals, to understand why and how they can contribute to both good cyber resilience and existing standards the organisation is using.