Cyber Resiliency Workshop
Organization(s): Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Region II, Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and CyberProtex
May 10, 2019
The one-day workshop will introduce best practices in cyber resiliency; seek to foster communication within companies, entities, and industries to strengthen resiliency capabilities; and will identify continuity and crisis management planner's potential gaps in response capabilities. Attendees will hear subject matter experts on best practices; question a panel of experts on what works or does not work for them; review a current real-world case study; and collaborate in a table top exercise with time for discussion and de-briefing. Malicious actors, from state-sponsored players to criminal enterprises, will exploit vulnerabilities as well as crisis situations to attack critical infrastructure and crucial businesses. Building a culture of relationships between stakeholders, IT professionals, continuity managers, and others within an organization, public or private, and across an industry will improve operational resilience.
Target Audience: Business management, business continuity, emergency management, security analysts and administrators, database administrators, information technology analysts, computer network specialists, and health and safety managers