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How Can You Cope With “A Breach-A-Day?” Perform a cyber security exercise.

When:
June 8, 2015 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
2015-06-08T09:00:00-07:00
2015-06-08T12:00:00-07:00
Where:
Metro Toronto Convention Centre
255 Front Street West
Toronto, ON M5V 2W6
Canada
Contact:
World Conference on Disaster Management

Just a few years ago, a cyber security event, information security incident, or data breach seemed like a “one off,” something a bit more unusual. Fast-forward to today and it seems like these incidents have turned into “a breach-a-day.” Target, Home Depot, eBay, Apple, and Adobe are just a few of the recent big-name data breaches. Alas, it appears this is unlikely to abate anytime soon.

One of the ways you can prepare and advance the thinking on managing this type of incident is to conduct a cyber security exercise. Attend this session and learn how to go about developing a realistic cyber security exercise that will challenge the Incident (Crisis) Management team, the technology staff, and the business units. Leave this workshop with a draft of a cyber security tabletop exercise under your arm, feeling better prepared (and perhaps a bit more paranoid).

Topics Covered

Assess and determine what you need to consider when designing a cybersecurity exercise.

Determine who should be involved in the planning

Determine what your exercise plan should look like and how to challenge everyone, not just the “techies”.

How Can You Cope With “A Breach-A-Day?” Perform a cyber security exercise!

Just a few years ago, a information security incident, or data breach seemed like a “one off,” something a bit more unusual. Fast-forward to today and it seems like these incidents have turned into “a breach-a-day.” Target, Home Depot, and Adobe are just a few of the recent data breaches. One of the ways you can prepare and advance the thinking on managing this type of incident is to conduct a cyber security exercise.

Speaker

  • Regina Phelps, EMS Solutions Inc.
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