What you'll learn
- This course will walk you through different scenerios which will help your organization and you determine if your current cyber security plans are prepared.
- This will facilite an open discussion between professional to discuss and possible improve your cyber stance.
- Security Management
- Incident Planning
There are many benefits to completing tabletop exercises, and organizations have been utilizing them for some time since they only require a relatively small obligation in terms of time, cost, and resources, they are a great way to familiarize key personnel with their roles and responsibilities during a cyber incident or business disruption. Tabletops are also a great way to review plans and procedures and doing so before an incident occurs allows businesses to detect any issues or gaps in plans. Reviewing ahead of time also permits businesses to identify the resources necessary to work through business disruption. Not to mention, tabletops are an opportunity for leaders to practice their incident management leadership skills in a controlled environment. This course will go over some recent cyber incidents that have occurred to give you real-life examples of the tactics that malicious actors are using. Then will go into a couple of exercises to see how your organization would stack up, with levels so that your organization can make improvements to your plans and come back and see if you can tackle the next level. Detecting a cyber incident before it happens can save your organization a lot of headaches, so it's important to know your plans stand up to possible real-life events. You want to make sure your teams and communications are in place, to make sure that even when a cyber incident does occur, that you know who to contact and what is needed to remediate it quickly.
Who this course is for:
- Buisness users who want to test and discuss their cyber security readiness.
Jim Guckin has over 20 years of experience as an information professional and recently focusing on cybersecurity. Jim has been in many different industries and worked in both public and private industries. Jim loves to talk about technology in a manner that is easily explained to anyone. Jim is here to help you learn some new technology or think of things in a new way.