Our Guide to Surviving Uncertain Times – Part 3 of 3 Parts Series
Going back to our quote by Peter Drucker - ‘You Can't Measure It, You Can't Improve It’ from Part 1, for assurance on operational effectiveness (read Part 2 for understanding our 5 Step Approach to Implementing Cyber Resilient Resources), for identification of improvement opportunities and for realignment with business objectives - measurement scheme is an integral and essential part of the a cyber resilience program.
Maturity Indicator level (MIL) is used to provide organizations with an approximation of the maturity of their cyber resilience program across the Practice when countered with various cybersecurity threats.
Defining MILs to assess the capability and adaptability of the resilience requires prudence and due diligence. Some pointers to help get started with defining effective MILs
The next logical step would be to define progressive scales of Maturity levels using Maturity Indictor levels (MIL)
NOTE: Maturity indicator levels used in this document are derived from methodologies developed by
A maturity model-based measurement system shows how capable an entity’s cyber resilience program is towards achieving its business objectives. It also provides an insight to the effort an organisation is taking towards continuous improvement and achieving realistic Return of Investment (ROI) made towards building a cyber resilient environment.