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We help businesses and government teams prepare to better handle business disruptions, by improving effectiveness and resilience of crisis management teams.
Stress is an occupational reality for corporate cyber security teams. The job comes with the immense pressure of managing specific cyber incidents that can take months at a time, erode shareholder value and potentially destroy the reputation of the business.
Even on good days there’s the underlying anxiety of not knowing what might be around the corner.
However, there are strategies and techniques that ensure the human element of crises are prepared and appropriately managed.
We are the only company that is 100% focused on the Human Element in Incident Response.
We Prepare Your Crisis Team
Incident simulations that stress-test difficult decision scenarios are a good way of assessing your incident response team’s readiness to respond to worst-case scenarios the business may face, such as a successful ransomware attack, managing internal and external stakeholder interests, and communicating difficult messages to clients, suppliers, and the wider public.
CyberFish designs and delivers crisis simulations that are designed by cyber threat intelligence, organisational psychology and neuroscience experts to create the necessary level of detail, and also the right level of ambiguity your teams need to simulate stressful events effectively. Our Exercising & Learning Programme was created by our interdisciplinary team.
Incident simulations that stress-test difficult decision scenarios are a good way of assessing your incident response team’s readiness to respond to worst-case scenarios the organisation may face.
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“CyberFish are offering a novel solution in the cyber incident exercising and team building space. They have developed a unique methodology that helps organisations to become more resilient in the digital realm. We decided to try out their simulation exercise and found it beneficial for enhancing our cyber-security controls.”
Chief Technology Officer
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