Business cyber resilience programs fail when organizations are attacked, and there are certain reasons for this. Vanessa Vaughn Mathews, founder and Chief Resilience Officer of Asfalis Advisors works with many organizations across different sectors. She has also worked closely with corporate security departments to help them mitigate risks, conduct exercises, gain executive sponsorship, and establish the budget necessary to increase resiliency. In this episode, crisis management and business resilience expert Vanessa Vaughn Mathew shares her observations and offers some good advice and recommendations.
Vanessa has authored an article on this same topic and the article will appear in the November issue of CISO MAG.
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Vanessa Vaughn Mathews is the founder and Chief Resilience Officer of Asfalis Advisors. She has been on the front lines of the crisis management and business resilience profession throughout her career.
She is the first female in the state of Georgia to graduate with a degree in Homeland Security and Emergency Management, she has worked with a Tier 1 intelligence agency, Fortune 500 companies, and has received local, national, and international recognition for her work to restore business and community resilience.
She is a much sought-after speaker for conferences and professional events as well as civic and private sector initiatives.
As the Founder and Chief Resilience Officer of Asfalis Advisors, Vanessa has helped clients in real estate, health care, information technology, transportation, logistics, professional services, and government to develop, validate, and maintain their business resilience programs.