A highly engaging, interactive and immersive simulation exercise focused on the unique executive-level decision-making and communication strategies that are critical to any cyber crisis response.

The project stress-tests and gauge the participants’ readiness to respond to a sophisticated cyberattack with the aim of increasing their level of awareness on best practices.

The exercise is played at the Chatham House’s simulation centre as a highly dynamic game, drawing on gaming elements and live injects. It is aimed at:

  • Engaging C-suite in cybersecurity and triggering cyber risk conversations at board level through experiencing first-hand how to assess, decide, engage and communicate during a cybersecurity crisis.
  • Testing and assessing the incident response knowledge of the participating organizations and identifying gaps and lessons learned while stimulating the participants thinking on the best strategies to have in place.
  • Establishing and broadening partnerships and relationships across specific sectors to increase collaboration on cybersecurity challenges.

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