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La Crosse, WI, USA
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Thu May 1 2014 at 12:00 pm EDT
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Thu May 1 2014 at 10:30 am EDT
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Thursday Jan 24, 2013
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Discount code (to be used by TAG members only): CKVWAMQZ On February 25th over three dozen C-level executives, senior managers and a wide variety of practitioners ranging from security analysts to forensics investigators, network technicians, risk managers and training directors joined the FBI, GBI, 911 and police to role play their response to seven well planned and executed attacks: five were cyber and one was physical. The final attack, a social engineering attack, wasn’t even detected yet as the Simulation ended. On Thursday, May 1st, comes the exclamation mark at the end of the sentence: what is known to security and emergency management personnel as the After Action Report or to the rest of us as lessons learned. This one hour webinar will feature Keith Butler of La Crosse County, Wi, Emergency Management who will summarize the official Department of Homeland Security After Action Report that will be released on May 1st, of which Keith is primary author. Keith will point out the take-aways from the 2014 Simulation as well as identify areas for improvement for 2015 from a DHS-perspective. There will be ample time allowed for discussion and questions. Roy Hadley and Ed Pascua, the co-chairs of the TAG InfoSec Society will be available to add their comments as will the president of the fictional target of the attacks, for two hours, The Logistics Company, Patrick Gaul who is also Chairperson of the Board of TAG. Exercise designer and moderator Jim Cavanagh, of Cyber Exercises, will provide some background information as well as announce the subject of the 2015 Cybersecurity Simulation. If you attended the actual Simulation, or not, there is a lot to be learned from this webinar that you can apply to increase the cybersecurity of your organization.
Almost 50 C-Level Executives, Senior Managers, Security, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Practitioners, the FBI, GBI, Atlanta Police and 9-1-1 role played positions with the fictional Global News Network and began rebroadcasting their video content within 1 hour and 12 minutes of a devastating attack by terrorists. How did they do it? What did we learn from the simulation? What can you learn that can be applied to your own organization? The first 15 minutes of this webinar will include a high level summary of the official Department of Homeland Security After Action Report for this simulation followed by up to 45 minutes of question and answer with the primary author of the report, a county-level emergency management professional with deep and wide exercise and actual emergency management experience. The complete After Action Report will be available in advance to all who register for the webinar as will be the ability to submit questions in advance. There is something to be learned for all business sectors. Register now for this unique knowledge-exchange opportunity.
TAG Discount (QG9WA5VZ) The 2013 Cyber Attack & Business Continuity Simulation is the world’s first open simulation with role players in their actual jobs, onstage, responding to a business impacting outage. The role play portion of the exercise is unscripted with the assembled Dream Team of almost 3 dozen C-level executives, senior managers and security practitioners working against the clock to bring their business back on the air. Other exercises require security clearances and organizational affiliation. Ours is a knowledge sharing event with an emphasis on two of the scariest current threats – homemade Electro Magnetic Pulse (EMP) weapons and the Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) - preparedness, recovery and the inevitably of some type of attack on every organization whether the attack comes from terrorists, black hat hackers, disgruntled employees, former employees or other attackers. This information rich, audience participation event will be the subject of this one hour webinar. A worthy investment of your time if you have already paid for your seat and are watching this webinar to prep yourself for the event or if you are a vendor, sponsor or attendee who has not yet made up your mind. Presenters: Roy Hadley, Partner with Barnes & Thornburg and Co-Chairman of TAG InfoSec society and Jim Cavanagh, Exercise Moderator, Cyber Exercises
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The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) is a leading technology industry association dedicated to the promotion and economic advancement of the state’s technology industry. TAG provides leadership in driving initiatives in the areas of policy, capital, education and giving, and also brings the technology community together through events, initiative programs and networking opportunities. TAG serves as an umbrella organization for 27 affinity groups, or societies, including Women in Technology (WIT). Additionally, TAG’s charitable arm, the TAG Education Collaborative, is focused on helping science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education initiatives thrive. For more information visit the TAG website at www.tagonline.org or TAG’s community website at www.TAGthink.com.
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