In episode 33 of the Cybersecurity Minute, Frank discusses how organizations can train for incident responses.
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00:12 — In his recent analysis, Frank discussed how cybersecurity teams could have “tabletop training” for incident responses.
00:19 — This training can be valuable for organizations because it helps vet processes and they can better understand their shortcomings in relation to incident response.
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00:36 — Something else to consider: This training can be fun. There are fun ways to progress. If a team is training to respond to a power outage, they can test their response to a thunderstorm, or in other cases, if “zombies eat their way through power lines.”
01:15 — If cybersecurity leaders need help with ideas for these tabletop exercises, they should look to their teams for inspiration.
01:31 — If organizations are going to take the step to get involved with this type of incident response training, make it fun for employees so they will leave the training with memorable takeaways.