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                Planning an Effective Incident Response Tabletop Exercise

                Planning prevents poor performance

                What You Will Learn:

                • The benefit of goal setting
                • Who to involve
                • The benefit of failure and open dialogue
                • The importance of schedule setting
                • What a good scenario looks like
                • The benefit of good reporting and follow-through
                • How an objective view can remove bias

                This document looks into the process which Secureworks™ Incident Response team utilizes when working with our clients to plan and facilitate a tabletop exercise, and imperatives that can be gleaned from that to ensure a successful exercise, regardless of whether you are managing it internally or having a third party facilitate.

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