Monday 2nd March 2020

Cyber Breach Workshop is back!


On the first Thursday of EVERY month you can book on a public course in central London. Other dates and venues will be published. Onsite customised courses as required. A 1-day intensive breach response workshop including a “hair-raising” simulation for you to handle at the end of the day. The workshop materials include ready-made templates, RASCI matrix spreadsheet, example communications templates for your website, regulatory notices, email and customer notification. 

There is availability on the following workshops;
March 5th 2020 –ETC Venues, 50-52 Chancery Lane London WC2A 1HL
April 2nd 2020 – ETC Venues, 86 Edgware Road London W2 2EA
May 7th 2020 –  ETC Venues, 86 Edgware Road London W2 2EA
June 4th 2020 – ETC Venues, 86 Edgware Road London W2 2EA

Here’s what we will cover…


Vital considerations prior to defining your plan including;

  • Readiness assessment
  • Staff awareness, 
  • Leadership buy-in
  • As close to 100% asset visibility as possible.
  • Roles and responsibilities are defined
  • 3rd party support arranged and tested


Not only what to say, but who says it, who approves the messages and when do we actually communicate if at all?

Playbook development

Developing a structured breach response workflow, documenting escalations and tied in to you existing incident management processes

Scenario planning

Your experienced cyber breach expert instructors will help you understand your top risks and show you how to define a scenario add-on for each 
You will work through FOUR full scenarios step by step – 

  • Ransomware
  • DDoS
  • Credentials Attack/Stuffing
  • Data Leak

£500 per delegate to include course materials, snacks and lunch

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