Cyber Wargaming Webinar: Deloitte and Jones Day
Building resilient organizations through cyber wargaming
Can your organization gain the upper hand in the face of cyber incidents? Even with well-documented response plans, few organizations are sufficiently prepared for a cyber-attack because the threat landscape changes rapidly and responses cannot be perfectly scripted. It takes practice to hone the organizational reflexes and collaborative judgment capabilities needed to avert or reduce a cyber incident crisis. Cyber tabletop exercises and wargaming can help.
Join us for an overview of how this interactive technique can help organizations test their response reflexes, identify capability gaps, and train on and develop advanced preparedness techniques.
This webinar on cyber wargaming will address:
- The changing cyber landscape
- The importance of a cyber incident response plan
- Ways you can build muscle memory with cyber wargaming
- How tabletop exercises differ from wargames
- The growing legal importance of performing both tabletop exercises and wargames
Meet our speakers
Todd McClelland, Jones Day
Todd advises clients on data breach response and other information security-related issues, including pre-breach cyber security risk assessment and management, compliance, response preparedness, and other risk mitigation activities. He also counsels clients on data privacy issues, outsourcing transactions, technology and data licensing, technology audits, and cloud transactions.
Lisa Ropple, Jones Day
Lisa focuses her practice on helping companies address data security incidents and responding to the many legal challenges that can arise in their wake. She has represented companies in connection with some of the largest and highest profile data breaches in history. She has extensive experience in all aspects of data breach incident investigation and response, including overseeing forensic investigations, advising on notification obligations, working with the Department of Justice and other law enforcement authorities on cyberattacks, and representing clients in ensuing regulatory investigations by state attorneys general (multistate and individual), the Federal Trade Commission, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and other state and federal agencies.
John Gelinne, managing director, Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory
John is a managing director in Cyber Risk Services with Deloitte & Touche LLP. He is a part of the Resilient practice that helps clients prepare for, respond to, and recover from cyber incidents. He is responsible for cyber incident response and wargaming that prepare organizations to rapidly adapt and respond to dynamic changes, disruptions, or threats. John joined Deloitte after a 30-year distinguished career in the US Navy. During his last tour, he played a pivotal role in planning and executing the operational response to an advanced persistent threat to the Navy’s unclassified network. John has been published in Deloitte Review, Dark Reading, and the Wall Street CIO Journal on topics ranging from building cyber resilience to cyber wargaming. He was also co-author of Deloitte’s recent Beneath the surface of a cyberattack, a study where Deloitte describes the hidden costs associated with a cyber breach.
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