To reduce costs and improve incident response to data security incidents, stress test your response plan through tabletop testing. This helps to:

  • Strengthen the response team.
  • Clarify roles.
  • Identifies critical tasks.
  • Optimize resource utilization.
  • Initial kick-off meeting

    • Discuss goals and objectives of the exercise.
    • Identify core members to be included in the exercise.
    • Gather information regarding your organization’s network topography, security stack, and readiness posture.
  • Select a scenario

    Select a scenario with our Cybersecurity Consultants to best fit your organization and industry.

  • Preparation for Scenerio

    An incident simulation exercise is prepared based on the organization’s selected scenario.

  • De-briefing session

    Incident simulation exercise and de-briefing session to gather lessons learned and identify gaps/areas for improvement. (approximately 2.5 – 3 hours)

  • Strengths, observations, and gaps

    De-brief discussion facilitated at the conclusion of the exercise addressing strengths, observations, and gaps identified during the exercise and suggested areas for improvement.

  • Final de-brief discussion evaluates all avenues of the exercise:

    • Incident Response Team (IRT)
    • Incident Response Plan (IRP)
    • Detection and Analysis
    • Incident Prioritization
    • Containment
    • Eradication and Recovery
    • Notification
    • Communication Plan
    • Additional Best Practices
    • External Coordination
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