Hardly a day passes without news of another major data breach or cyber-attack. Yesterday, it was reported that a database with 154 million U.S. voter registration records was found online with “a dizzying array of intimate details, including gun ownership, Facebook profiles, addresses, age, position on gay marriage, ethnicity, email addresses and whether a voter is ‘pro-life.’”
With so many breaches in the news, it’s easy to feel cynical, or perhaps resigned to the inevitable. But it’s also a good opportunity to ask yourself if your organization is prepared for a breach. When was the last time you refreshed your training and really put your team to the test? Do you have a plan? If not, where do you start?
For an in-depth look into this topic, you’re invited to join us July 14 at 1:00 pm ET for, “Can Your Security Team Handle a Breach? How to Use Cyber Exercises to Find Out.”
In this 45-minute webinar, we’ll take a look at:
- Who can benefit from cyber exercises;
- What you can do to demonstrate the value of cyber exercises to internal stakeholders;
- When to conduct cyber exercises;
- How to measure your readiness to react to and handle cyber incidents; and
- Why exercises should be used to create an ongoing plan after the initial engagement.
Michael Chertoff, who currently serves as a member of Delta Risk’s Board of Directors and is the executive chairman and co-founder of The Chertoff Group, will provide the opening remarks, and Joseph Abrenio, VP of Commercial Services for Delta Risk, will serve as moderator.
Stephanie Ewing-Ottmers, a Senior Advisor for Delta Risk, will be our featured speaker. Stephanie has led workshops, training classes, and tabletop exercises for many organizations throughout her career, and will draw from her years of experience for this presentation.
Reserve your spot today! Note, if you can’t attend the event on July 14, you can register and view the on-demand version your convenience.