How Your SOC Team Can Triumph With Tabletop Exercises [Free Guide]

Among emergency responders, including in the realm of cyber, tabletop exercises are widely accepted as a reliable training activity for preparing for the inevitable incident. Drilling response scenarios via discussion-based, classroom-style exercises offers a multitude of benefits, including ensuring roles and responsibilities are understood and forcing participants to sharpen their critical thinking during the fluidity of an evolving event.

That said, according to a recent survey from Osterman Research, just a third of organizations are finding the exercises to be “highly effective.” This is at least partially due to the infrequency of exercises being performed.

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How can your organization drill scenarios more regularly? Who should be involved? And what technologies can you enlist to both keep down the cost of tabletop exercises – which helps to grease stakeholder buy-in – and extract positive outcomes from the exercises in terms of collaboration, response times and more?

Our latest white paper, “How Your SOC Team Can Triumph With Tabletop Exercises,” comes equipped with five super skimmable secrets for mastering these preparedness activities + introduces you to security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) technology.

You will discover:

  • The counterintuitive rules of exercise scope.
  • Revelations, beyond the obvious, that these training sessions will provide for your security team.
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