Untangling the Cyber Resilience Thread

Date and Time 24th May 2024 , 11:00am to 12:00pm BST
Location Online

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What role do we play in our organisation’s cyber resilience? What factors influence broader business resilience and what is the relationship with cyber?

In this webinar, ISF Principals Esther Schagen-van Luit and Mark Chaplin explore the business resilience landscape since COVID-19, examine what has changed and highlight the cyber risk consequences for organisations already dealing with uncertainty from multiple directions.

The team will reveal a fine thread that originates at the macro level (political, economic and environmental) and weaves its way through to the micro level (organisational, workforce and the individual). Along the way Esther and Mark will draw upon ISF Research, such as the ISF Threat Horizon, and their work with risk and security leaders in ISF Member organisations. They will present the key factors driving the need for cyber resilience in organisations, and highlight why it remains a #1 priority.


Mark Chaplin is a Principal at the ISF, and an accomplished risk management professional with over 30 years of experience across various disciplines. His expertise spans risk governance and assurance, business resilience, security standards and oversight, compliance management, and incident management.

Esther Schagen-van Luit is Principal of Services, Benelux at the ISF, and is responsible bringing ISF research and tools to the Benelux market and helping members make the most of their membership with the ISF. Previously she served as the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of Deloitte Netherlands and Deloitte Belgium.


Mark Chaplin



Esther Schagen-van Luit

Principal, Benelux

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