We’ve Been Hacked? Now What? A LIVE Incident Response Exercise

David Biser, a cybersecurity incident response engineer and “Tech at the Gap” favorite, will facilitate a cybersecurity tabletop exercise with representatives from companies of various sizes and industries — healthcare, community banking, digital agencies, and more. Mr. Biser will walk panel representatives through a current cybersecurity threat from its discovery to the IT community at large, how it might infiltrate a network, and how each panelist might detect and respond to the threat, all while protecting their assets and keeping their operations intact. Attendees will learn how security experts in different industries and at a variety of incident response maturity levels might operate when hacked. If you don’t have a plan in place should your organization get hacked, then you’ll want to attend this exceptional breakout session. Attendees will take away valuable lessons that they can use to create their own playbook such as:

  • Types of detection tools
  • Forensics tools
  • How and when to restore data
  • Who to contact if you have an incident


Session participants will include:

Not pictured: Brad Halterman, Network/Infrastructure Engineer, Northrop Grumman

Location: Allegheny Room Date: October 24, 2018 Time: 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm David Biser