Tabletop Exercise: Stockholm (SOLD OUT)12th of November 2019 - 12.00-15.30
Venue: Operakällaren, Karl XIIs torg, 111 47 Stockholm. Room: Stora Salonen
This half-day table-top exercise will walk you through a cyber crisis with an interactive simulation, giving you an opportunity to make some of the decisions that you may face during a cyber crisis. You will face difficult choices and time pressure, where the stakes and the risk of making a costly mistake are high - but free of the real-life consequences.
Incident Response: Not Just Technical Countermeasures
Cyber attacks are one of the biggest risks that organisations face today. From phishing and ransomware to cyber espionage and hacktivist attacks, the threats are wide ranging and varied. This makes defending against cyber attacks a daily challenge and one that demands constant vigilance. Best practice recognises that mitigation is not solely about technical countermeasures and response, but is a blend of situational crisis management, technical measures and media handling. Your organisation’s reaction to a cyber security incident should be well thought through, coordinated and joined up in order to avoid further damage to business operations, falling foul of legislation or regulations, brand damage and public perception.
- Managing a crisis based on limited information and under severe time constraints
- Practical application of the responsibilities expected during a cyber crisis
- Prioritising during a crisis: identification of failing points and areas to improve
- The importance of periodic crisis simulations Improving your organisation’s ability to respond to a cyber incident
- The importance of a well-documented Incident Response procedures
13:30 - 14:00: Intro and welcome
Kjell Löfgren, Regional Account Manager, NCC Group
14:00 - 15:30: Table-Top Exercise: “Cyber Crisis Game”
Host: Kim Aarenstrup, Executive Advisor, NCC Group
The event will be held in English
Sign up for the event by clicking the button below or by sending and email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or get in touch with your contact person at FortConsult for more information.
A registration fee on 250SEK, including lunch, will be charged.