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Attendees and presenters during the Tabletop Training and Incident Response Workshop at the MHA Headquarters.

The MHA hosted the Enhancing Your Cybersecurity: Tabletop Training and Incident Response Workshop May 22 with MHA Endorsed Business Partner (EBP) CyberForce|Q. CyberForce|Q representatives Alex Sabin, technical success leader, and Terrance McCoy, participant success engineer, guided participants through three critical phases of a simulated cyber-attack:

  1. Intricacies of social engineering aimed at the IT Help Desk.
  2. Complexities of living-off-the-land attacks.
  3. Challenges of detecting and preventing data exfiltration techniques.

Workshop attendees experienced a sense of challenge during tabletop exercises, identifying potential unnoticed gaps in an Incident Response Plan. They engaged in hands-on group activities, providing a tangible understanding of potential cyber-attacks and enabling collaborative discussions within teams to refine decision-making processes and procedures. Additionally, they gained a profound understanding of the critical significance of roles, responsibilities and communication protocols in effective incident response.

With over 25 years of experience in providing cybersecurity services, CyberForce|Q has developed and implemented quantifiable programs that assess and execute safety measures for organizations of all sizes, with proven results. Learn more about the MHA’s partnership with CyberForce|Q from John Kelley, regional sales director – Midwest.

Members with questions should contact Rob Wood at the MHA.


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