Tabletop exercises are vital for implementing a robust CIR (cyber incident response) plan within your organisation. These simulations train your team to respond to real cyber incidents swiftly and effectively by identifying vulnerabilities and weaknesses in your defences.
They foster collaboration among departments, ensuring everyone is prepared and aligned in their roles. By refining response strategies and addressing gaps, tabletop exercises boost your organisation’s resilience against cyber attacks.
Head of Cyber Incident Response, GRCI Law
Cliff leads the Cyber Incident Response Service within GRCI Law. He began his career teaching computer systems and network technologies in further and higher education. He moved into the defence industry, where his main areas of expertise were risk management and accreditation, incident management and response, and secure systems architecture and configuration.
Cliff has experience in both IT and OT environments. He understands the complexity of cyber security incidents and their potential impact on the organisation, its users and its customers.
Cyber Incident Responder, GRCI Law
Vanessa holds a degree in computer forensics and has worked for West Midlands Police as a digital forensics officer. She has been involved in complex crime cases and was awarded a Diamond Award and an Excellence in Service Delivery Award. Vanessa also holds a number of cyber security and forensics qualifications. She is part of GRCI Law’s Cyber Incident Response team, helping clients with their cyber security requirements.