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CyberLabs QA

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Join us in our next wargaming event, a series of interactive simulation exercises guiding your team and testing for flaws in your ability to respond to a cyber attack. No deep technical experience is required to participate. This is a tabletop exercise. Existing teams are encouraged to apply, but we welcome individual players as well.

As we all know, the wrong response can damage organisations far more than the cyber attack itself most of the time: that's why we offer a safe environment to experiment with different outcomes and behaviours.

Join us in this fun but relevant and concise exercise where you can test how well you would respond in the event of a potential data breach. Stress and miscommunication can hinder an otherwise sound technical response and this is why we will be inviting organisational psychologists to observe team work.

Together with the technical learnings to be taken away from the workshop we will also help understand and address the current strengths and development areas in your team dynamics: how different individuals have opportunities to improve the way they communicate, interpret complex situations, make decisions and cope with stress in a mission critical setting.

Testimonials:

“Your wargame event helped me discern the multiple layers of the problem relating to the complexity of managing stakeholder interests in a mission critical situation.”

“Great intellectual simulation of the case study of a cyber attack.”

“I found The CyberFish wargame simulation a fun and hands-on way to learn about possible cybersecurity threat scenarios and experiment with how I would respond.”

“Your wargame event helped me discern the multiple layers of the problem relating to the complexity of managing stakeholder interests in a mission critical situation.”

“The event was really quite fun and I see a massive potential for it to be used as a tool for companies to understand what additional training and resources they need to cope better with a cyber security incident.”



Meet Our Facilitators

Alonso Jose da Silva II, (Co-Founder and CTO at The CyberFish) Alonso holds an MSc in Engineering and an MBA. Previous to co-founding The CyberFish Alonso has worked in the cyber security industry for 15 years working with companies such as Microsoft, IBM, Munich : Re, Eclectic IQ, Tempest Security Intelligence among other organisations. His deep technical understanding of cyber threats and different attack vectors helps him navigate incident scenarios with a view to recommending the best demonstrated practice in a way even people with a non-technical background can also understand.

Berta Papp (Co-Founder and CEO at The CyberFish) Berta holds an MSc in Behavioural Sciences and worked for 8 years as an occupational psychologist with Hudson Global Resources Talent Management prior to becoming Managing Director at Tempest Security Intelligence and starting up the threat intelligence provider's international operations in the UK in 2012. Joining up her understanding of the cyber security landscape and her ability to effectively interpret behaviour, trends and patterns Berta co-founded The CyberFish in 2018 with the objective of creating innovative solutions that help organisations assess and mitigate human behaviour as cyber risk. Previously Berta has started up various companies including legal recruitment boutiques (Hudson Legal in Brazil and Lawrence Simons in Latin America) and drove the internalisation of a Brazilian cyber security firm (Tempest Security Intelligence). In all her roles Berta managed to cement successful client relationships and recruit high performing teams.

John Ho, (COO at The CyberFish) John is a Chartered Engineer (IET) and Chartered Management Accountant (CIMA). Previous to joining The CyberFish John worked for more than 16 years in the telecommunication industry in HK, Taiwan, India and the UK. John assumed various technical and management roles that advised organisations develop their technology and operational strategies, assess organisations' maturity and suggested improvement plans. His interest lies in the dynamics between individuals/teams within an organisation in responding to cyber incidents.

Jaime Ibarra, (Cyber Security Analyst at The CyberFish) Jaime holds a degree as an Engineer in Electronics and Networking and currently working towards his MSc in Cyber Security. He possesses solid networking knowledge as a qualified CCNA and now he is working to get qualified as an Ethical Hacker. Jaime is an active researcher focused on the cyber security of the Internet of Things devices addressed to healthcare with extensive background and technical understanding in terms of Governance, Risk Management and Compliance.

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