The talk on "How Cyber Resilient are Organizations?" was presented by Miss Elinor TSEN (PhD Student, UQ Business School, University of Queensland). Recently, there have been calls for organizations to shift towards cyber resilience as it is considered an enhancement in protecting against cyber incidents. However, it is unclear if widespread adoption is occurring. For cyber resilience adoption to progress, we need to know what organizations are currently doing, which factors promote the adoption & how cyber resilience affects cyber outcomes. To enable this understanding, researchers at University of Queensland in collaboration with CSA APAC conducted a survey investigating the current state of cyber resilience. We developed a taxonomy of cyber resilience & operationalised it with measurable indicators. We then investigated what organizations are doing for cyber resilience & the relationship with post-incident outcomes. Broadly, our findings from the international sample of 110 organizations showed that cyber resilience implementation depends on several factors. The presentation discussed our findings further & highlight potential implications for how organizations implement cyber resilience. A recording of his presentation can be found at https://www.csaapac.org/csaaseansummit2022.html.