My guest this week is Alex Tapscott. Alex is the co-author of the critically acclaimed non-fiction bestseller Blockchain Revolution: How the Technology Behind Bitcoin is Changing Money, Business, and the World. A Definitive Guide for Business IT Leaders, this book is “on how to survive and thrive in this next wave of technology-driven disruption. Likely to become one of the iconic books of our time.” (Clay Christensen, author of The Innovator’s Dilemma)
22 Ideas and Questions to Prepare in Advance of Being Hacked
Do you want to be radical and world class CIO a real Tier 1 Business CIO?
Try this. Bring the following ideas to the table.
Interrupt your BCP consultant or internal person in charge of Business Continuity soon, maybe even today, and ask them how they plan on keeping the business running while at the same time finding a hacker operating inside your network who is having a field day with your data and your systems?< ?p>
Assume you have been hacked and you don’t know It. What’s your most powerful response?
Attitude can be your saving grace because the benefit of assuming a breach is that it immediately shifts your strategy from defense to offense. No-one likes to play back pedaling all the time. It is best to counter–attack. In these circumstances, assuming the worst and the subsequent offensive is the best strategy to employ. Read why below.