An incident response table-top exercise is essential for organizations to proactively prepare and improve their response capabilities in the face of security incidents. By simulating realistic scenarios in a controlled environment, it allows participants to assess their response plans, identify weaknesses, and enhance coordination among key stakeholders.
This exercise fosters collaboration, improves communication, and helps organizations identify gaps in their security posture, ultimately enabling them to build confidence, enhance preparedness, and minimize the impact of actual incidents when they occur.
In this workshop, we will be conducting a table-top incident response exercise utilizing the popular game, “Backdoors and Breaches” developed by Black Hills Security.
Backdoors and Breaches by Black Hills Information Security, often described as “cybersecurity meets Dungeons and Dragons,” is an immersive game where players engage in a collaborative role-playing experience, employing strategic thinking and problem-solving to respond to simulated cyber threats, just like in the popular tabletop game Dungeons and Dragons.
Eric has been in cyber security for over 6 years and has been a systems administrator for 20 years. He is currently the owner of Intricate Security and has clients in many different areas ranging from finance to Department of Defense contractors. He is also a volunteer incident response for the State of Michigan under the Michigan Cyber Civilian Corps.
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