The U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the National Credit Union Information Sharing & Analysis Organization are hosting a Virtual Tabletop Exercise on Tuesday, April 6, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. This highly informative and instructional, free credit union industry exercise allows you to test your credit union's cyber-resilience and incident response plans. During the drill, you'll have the opportunity to collaborate with other industry colleagues, sharing and comparing best practices and strategies.
This facilitated event presents participants with fictitious but plausible cyber incidents, providing breakout time to walk through each scenario with a set of incident response-related questions. You may also choose to respond to questions individually with your credit union team or other participants via a virtual host location.
Exercise materials are provided in advance of the event, and all participants may opt-in to breakout sessions and hear key takeaways from each Q&A section. An after action report, summarizing discussion points will be provided to participants following the event.
This event is traffic light protocol green, meaning that it is not approved for public distribution. As a result, registration is only open to stakeholders within the credit union industry, such as credit unions and their boards, credit union service organizations, and leagues. All those participating from an organization must register individually unless participating in a local group environment such as a conference room.
To attend this free virtual event, click the button below, complete the online form, and indicate your breakout discussion preference. Registrants will receive reminders and connection details closer to the event date. An Adobe Connect web browser plugin is required.
Space is limited, so register early to secure your seat. The registration deadline is April 2 or until space is full.