|Michael Penry||Chief of Police||Wake Technical Community Collegeemail@example.com|
|Charles Simpson||Chief Director of Public Safety and Security||Saint Augustine’s Universityfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Al White||Chief of Police||Meredith Collegeemail@example.com|
|Mark Utley||Assistant Chief of Police||Meredith Collegefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Wayne Joiner||Chief of Police||Shaw Universityemail@example.com|
|Michael West||Chief Operations Officer||Shaw Universityfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|John Cranham||Assistant VP for Building and Grounds||William Peace Universityemail@example.com|
|Michael John||Director of Public Safety||William Peace University||Majohn@peace.edu|
|NC State emergency Management Center||NC State Universityfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Cyber Security Table Top Workshop on June 24, 2019
The Cyber Security workshop on June 24, 2019 at Meredith College had participants take part in a scenario-based cyber security exercise that highlighted strategic business decision points and corresponding technical concerns that should be considered when responding to a significant cybersecurity incident. Participants were engaged in a scripted 4-hour functional/hybrid exercise that included injects and scenarios led by an Exercise Facilitator.
1. Assess ability of the training audience to detect and properly react to hostile activity during the exercise.
2. Assess the organization’s capability to determine operational impacts of cyber-attacks and implement proper recovery procedures for the exercise.
3. Expose and correct weaknesses in cyber security systems and cyber operations policies and procedures.
4. Determine what enhancements or capabilities are needed to protect an information system and provide for operations in a hostile environment.
5. Enhance cyber awareness, readiness, and coordination.
6. Discuss cyber insurance from a market professional’s perspective, including likely gaps in coverage.