Cyber Crisis Exercise
An immersive and evolving cyber attack exercise to test your plans and strategic and tactical responses.Book Now
The costs of a cyber incident manifesting can be enormous. In 2021 the average cost of a data breach was estimated to be $4.24m. Companies with confident incident response teams and who test their plans and playbooks with a table top exercise have been estimated to save on average over $1.2m if a breach occurs.
What is a Cyber Crisis Exercise?
An immersive and evolving table top exercise to test your strategic and tactical response to an incident. It helps prepare you for an attack and allows you to test how key staff make and communicate vital decisions in a developing situation.
- All of our cyber crisis exercises are developed in a collaborative way to ensure they are unique to each client and tailored to your environment, risk profile and business priorities.
- Our final report will detail recommendations for improvement and provide evidence that the exercise was completed to satisfy regulators.
- We have run exercises in a number of industries including financial services, critical national infrastructure and healthcare.
- Approaching the table top exercise from the perspective of building a high performing team and a robust and flexible plan has enabled us to have a lot of demonstrable success.
We assess your current plans and understand your assets and vulnerabilities.
We plan & carry out the Cyber Crisis Exercise with your incident response team and crucial staff. We deliver a hot debrief after the exercise.
You will receive a full written report with findings from the exercise and suggestions for improving your plans.
A full review of amended incident response / business continuity plans can be conducted. Retesting can be done when required.
Test that your team understands your incident response plan including how to activate and manage it.
Check that you are applying the core principles of incident management & business continuity best practice.
Assess the effectiveness of your team in a crisis situation as well as their ability to communicate under pressure.
What our clients are saying
“Red Goat Cyber Security were extremely helpful and professional. Their knowledge of cyber security and table top exercising was excellent and provided a real stimulus in preparing for a potential cyber-attack. We would highly recommend them to other maritime and logistic companies”
David Brown OBE, Chief Executive
Bristol Port Company
“I was delighted with how Red Goat Cyber Security delivered the cyber security table top exercise. We had a wide ranging participation group and they were able to guide and advise as well as ensuring engagement throughout the exercise. It provoked a lot of thought and group discussion. We have learnt valuable lessons to further improve our plans, processes and check lists and would highly recommend them to other organisations”
Andrew Cowling, Director of Informatics at
Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust
What is included?
FULLY MANAGED EXERCISE
We work with you to plan and deliver a high quality, bespoke cyber attack exercise including a full run-through prior to the exercise.
POST-EXERCISE HOT DEBRIEF
We deliver a hot debrief immediately after the table top exercise and collect feedback from participants for inclusion in the report.
REPORT AND COLD DEBRIEF
We deliver a full report and executive summary on the outcomes of the exercise. This includes lessons learned and recommendations for improving your plan.
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