Upcoming NCU-ISAO National Virtual Cyber Incident Response Tabletop Exercise for Credit Unions
Join the National Credit Union ISAO, the Department of Homeland Security and your credit union industry peers for this exciting, FREE national credit union industry exercise. Test your credit union's cyber resilience and incident response plans in this uniquely formatted event and collaborating with other industry stakeholders to share and compare best practices and resilience strategies!
This half-day event is open to all credit union industry stakeholders such as credit unions, leagues and league members and CUSOs. Space is very limited, so don’t wait and sign up today!
This event will be facilitated by the DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and will present participants with fictitious but plausible cyber incidents where organizations will walk through each scenario with a set of incident response-related questions. Organizations may also choose to respond to questions individually, privately amongst their own organizational stakeholders, or with other participants via one of our seven regional Virtual Host Locations.
Exercise materials are provided to participants in advance of the event, and all participants may opt-in to breakout sessions or respond to scenarios amongst their internal groups. The session will allow all participants to hear debriefings and key takeaways from each Q&A section of the event. An event summary of key comments and takeaways will be provided to participants at a later date after the event.
Important Registration Information
This event is TLP:GREEN and thus registrations will only be approved for stakeholders within the credit union industry such as CUs and their Boards, CUSOs and Leagues. All participating individuals from an organization must register individually unless participating in a local group environment (such as a conference room). Space is limited.
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