Cyber resilience, the ability for positive adaptation in the face of adverse cyber events, is seen as an evolution in the cybersecurity posture of organizations and countries. It represents a mindset shift from protection and avoidance of adverse cyber events and the development of fail safe systems to anticipation and planning for adverse cyber events, including the development of systems that are safe to fail.
At the 73rd Session of ESCAP a side event will take place on 18 May focusing on building resilience to water-related disaster risks and the case for regional cooperation.
ESCAP's new interactive course assists regional policy makers and practitioners with proactive policy measures to achieve SDG-readiness through lenses of Water-Resilient Cities.
An online forum discussion on "Information and Communication Technologies for Resilience" will take place until mid-December, organized by FAO and e-Agriculture.
Resilient Business for Resilient Nations and Communities shows how the private sector can act as a key partner for reducing disaster risk that can affect a country’s overall resilience to disasters.