Cyber Crisis Management Workshop
Your initial response to a crisis is critical and will frame public perception of how you respond to a breach in the days, weeks and months that follow.
A cyber-attack is a serious business incident, it’s not just an IT issue. Let our cyber security and crisis management experts work with you to respond to a simulated exercise based on real cyber attacks. During the workshop, we will demonstrate how to use the exercise to identify gaps in cyber security risk management and, most importantly, help you to know what to do during the cyber-attack response, before you need to do it for real.
Based on Contol Risks extensive background in supporting clients experiencing cyber crisis events, our exercise will help you to prioritise, focus and respond and provide an up-to-date briefing on current cyber threats and mitigations.
Join us for an immersive, scenario-based cyber crisis exercise; a high-impact, low-risk way of allowing you to practice teamwork, high pressure decision-making and communications strategies.
- Cyber Risks and threats
Ransomware, malware, phishing and data breaches
- Responding to cyber crisis events
Roles and responsibilities, plus expert advice
- Cyber crisis playbooks
Making a plan that people will use under pressure
- Cyber crisis communication
How to communicate quickly and effectively. Stakeholder management
- Cyber crisis exercise 1: scenario introduction
Setting the scene for the practical pert of the session
- Cyber crisis exercise 2: crisis response
Responding to a cyber crisis: managing the critical initial phase and anticipating worst case scenarios
- Crisis exercise 3: crisis management
Addressing increased complexity. Applying structure and process to the situation, communicating effectively with stakeholders.
- Crisis exercise 4: crisis recovery
Lessons identified and review. Course debrief.
Who should attend?
Designed for any person wanting or needing to know more about cyber crisis management. Previous crisis experience is not required.
Our cyber crisis management workshops include 8 modules, which are delivered within a 4-hour session. This includes time for interactive debate and questions. All attendees will receive a Control Risks certificate of completion.