Real Cyber Resilience

For forward-thinking companies.

Find out how

“Awareness” isn’t enough

Cyber security is changing. It’s no longer enough to secure your systems and simply make your people ‘aware’. They have to know what to do. Training and testing your people is the only way to get real resilience, they’re the ones who react when your perimeters are breached.

Cyberpsychology 101

How does your team react under extreme pressure? Who takes the lead, who steps back, who are the influencers, who stays quiet, who is the most knowledgeable, who is ultimately responsible? 

Our processes test and train cross-functional situational awareness and help teams prepare for the worst, from the basement to the board.

Types of Resilience


Developing plans and scenarios to be able to respond to any crisis, and increasing organisational resilience over time

Preparing in advance to iterate and refine contingency plans

Using prepared plans for predictable attacks

Consciously and continually learning from experiences


Relying on technological barriers as the sole means of defense for external attacks and threats

Only investing in writing contingency plans when something goes wrong

Forcing the plan to fit the situation

Returning to the status quo as soon as possible

Industry Best Practice

ISO 22301:2019 emphasises the role of exercising your incident response and business continuity plans. You need to give evidence of your ability to show continual improvement in the competency of your incident response team.

ISO defines competence as the ability to apply knowledge and skills to achieve intended results

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Energise your incident
response team.
Change your culture.

When crisis hits, your people need to be ready. Active resilience plays a massive role in company security. By training your employees and playing out plans, you’re turning them into fire breaks that defend your entire organisation.

Test your
resilience now.

Our immersive incident exercising scenarios provide comprehensive analyses of your team’s capabilities. Find out your development areas and turn them into talent.