All you have to do is scan the latest headlines, and it becomes painfully obvious that cyber attacks are on the rise. In fact, 80 percent of businesses have seen an increase in attacks this year, due in large part to the pandemic.
Cybersecurity Incident Tabletop Exercises
Practice makes prepared: Train your team with Tabletop Exercises.
About Tabletop Exercises
Cybersecurity Tabletop Exercises simulate real-world cyber threats and allow teams to practice their incident response plans by navigating hypothetical scenarios under the guidance of facilitators. The attack details are kept secret, even from the facilitator, to provide a realistic and immersive experience. These exercises evaluate an organization’s cybersecurity posture and help to strengthen its resilience against cyber incidents.
Benefits of Tabletop Exercises
Tabletop Exercise Deliverables
Incident Response Policy Review
Evaluation of your existing incident response plan, identifying areas for improvement, and providing recommendations to enhance its effectiveness.
Facilitated Tabletop Exercise
Conducting the exercise by guiding participants through the simulated scenario, facilitating discussions, and capturing observations and findings.
Blue Team Alpha provides your team with best practices and outlines where the team can make improvements in a comprehensive report.
Tabletop Exercise Objectives
Understand individual and team roles in responding to a cyber incident.
Enable participants to understand their roles and other roles within the organization to increase coordination and create better team communication and collaboration.
Develop & Enhance Skills
Grow and enhance skills and highlight strengths and potential weaknesses in your people, processes or procedures.
Address Vulnerabilities & Weaknesses
Closely examine each policy step to identify and assess vulnerabilities and develop preventative measures or countermeasures to attacks.
Credentials and Expertise
Select a team with extensive expertise gained from working in top government cyber command positions and investigating cyberattacks across all 16 critical infrastructure sectors. Their valuable insight and data enhance the effectiveness of our tabletop exercises, providing a comprehensive view of security risks to help businesses stay protected against cyberthreats.
Experience the unexpected: Help your team stay one step ahead of threats.
As cyber attacks continue to rise, more companies are investing in cybersecurity, with global spending on security-related hardware, software, and services expected to exceed $151 billion by 2023. A key component of a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy is an incident response plan.