PROTECTION IN THE PACK
Wolves belong to family groups called packs, usually consisting of eight to fifteen members. Within the pack, each member has a particular set of skills and responsibilities, which are executed with purpose and precision.
CASE STUDY: HOW REINTRODUCING WOLVES HELPED SAVE A NATIONAL PARK
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Before wolves go in for the kill, they spend a considerable amount of time studying their prey. Wolves are masters at understanding environmental conditions and making the best strategic decisions based on the intelligence they have gathered.
Wolfpack has developed a comprehensive range of health checks that combines all key technology, people and business requirements and thereafter provide a tailored strategy and roadmap for each customer. A one-size-fits-all approach does not work.
Built for the Kill
Wolves will defend their territory and work together to fend off much larger predators. Although not as physically strong as other predators in their habitat, wolves hunt in packs to kill prey that are both larger and stronger than each individual wolf. Teamwork allows the pack to target larger prey that a lone wolf would fail to kill.
A true partnership model is one that leverages the strengths of internal resources, trusted outside specialists and industry or global collaboration initiatives. This is pivotal to provide assurance that the required risk management, threat intelligence, monitoring, incident management and business resilience building blocks are in place to support organisational requirements.
The Howl of the Wolf
The wolf howl is a distinct call to action for all members in the pack. Howling helps pack members to communicate in thickly forested areas or over vast distances and to summon members when they are attacked. Wolves will also howl for communal reasons. Some scientists speculate that such group sessions strengthen the wolves' social bonds and camaraderie - similar to community singing among humans.
No single country, government or organisation can effectively protect themselves against the vast barrage of cyber threats. Wolfpack's underpinning culture has been forged through national and industry community initiatives and is committed to the improvement of cyber collaboration and safety within the African continent and beyond.
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