What makes a great tabletop exercise? Many organizations run a tabletop exercise to check a box for compliance standards but don’t maximize the value of the time spent. Often, they don’t engage the audience or force them to think enough about the problem to find areas of improvement. Further, they assume their decisions will always work during the exercise. In this workshop, we will not only discuss how to build a tabletop exercise that addresses real risk for an organization but how to make it fun and engaging for teams at all levels of an organization. The workshop will introduce attendees to the Cubicles and Compromises format as well as add new advanced elements. You will create a company with a budget, controls, and limitations then test those controls against a current real-world issue. You’ll roll dice, things won’t go as planned, and you’ll learn to what makes for a great tabletop exercise you can take back and use at your organization.
Ean Meyer, Director of Security Education and Community, Black Hills Information Security
* Please note: This is not included in the Main Conference registration and requires a separate registration.