Preparing your organisation with quality situational awareness
Your organisation faces multiple risks every day, from a disgruntled ex-employee planning revenge to a Pacific cyclone delaying vital supply chain shipments, and a host of threats in between.
Situational awareness is, at its core, having an accurate understanding of your surroundings: where you are, what could happen, and recognising problem indicators before an incident.
In this paper, Swan Island Networks will look at multiple aspects of situational awareness in organisations to understand and communicate effective and accurate response efforts for your business.
- Defining situational awareness and its examples
- Threat categories to prepare for and how to gather intelligence
- Best practices and common mistakes
- Integrating situational awareness with existing security systems
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