Every business faces escalating cyber risk. A cyber breach is a business crisis, not an IT crisis. How do know if your cyber-breach response plan will work?
There are two choices: wait for a cyber breach or test your plan now before a crisis.
On December 14th at 2 p.m., Firestorm® will be conducting a Virtual Cyber-Breach Crisis Exercise for businesses.
Gather your Cyber Response teams in a conference room and participate in this valuable, 90-minute Virtual Cyber-Breach Crisis Exercise led by nationally recognized crisis expert Jim Satterfield.
This no-fee, exercise will allow participants to experience a cyber crisis environment, learn the ‘how’ and ‘why’ of actions and communications, and see how other businesses are responding to cyber crises.
Who should attend? YOU and:
Senior Crisis Team Members, Business Continuity Teams, Crisis Communication Team Members, senior leadership including IT, Operations, Internal audit, Finance, HR, Security & other appropriate departmental business units who wish to work together more effectively during a crisis or disaster.
The Interactive Virtual Exercise will include:
- Crisis/consequence management overview
- Exercise Structure, Objectives and Assumptions
- Cyber-Breach Crisis Scenario: Series of Escalations
- What Do You Know? Do? Monitor? Communications? Interaction
- Hot Wash Self-Review & Crisis Management Maturity Model Analysis
- Warning signs and indicators
- Next Steps and Resources
Jim Satterfield is COO and President of Firestorm. Firestorm is a national leader in emergency response, crisis management, crisis communications and workplace violence.
Firestorm is engaged to keep thousands of students and employees safer through its PREDICT.PLAN.PERFORM.™ methodology and provided crisis management and crisis communications services to Virginia Tech after the shootings, Littleton, CO, Roswell, NM and Jefferson County School District in Colorado (Columbine, Arapahoe, Deer Creek and Platte Canyon schools).