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Choose Your Own TTX: Redefining the Incident Response Table Top Exercise - Jamison Budacki Derbycon 2019 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Choose Your Own TTX: Redefining the Incident Response Table Top Exercise
Jamison Budacki
Derbycon 2019

Tired of your everyday, boring, linear table top exercises? Do you feel your scenarios lack creativity? Are they missing real-world rewards and consequences? Come hear our approach on how we follow industry best practice with a choose your own adventure style twist. We will cover the people involved, our scenario creation process, and technologies that were used. The decisions made during the exercise dictated if a real-world reward or consequence was given. These decisions had an active impact on the remainder of the exercise. The scenario focused on situations that have happened in past incidents as well as incidents that have occurred within the larger Information Industry. We will share all of the key ingredients and lessons learned so you can plan your next table top exercise.

Jamison Budacki, a Senior Information Security Architect. Jamison?s focus is on developing usable security architectures as well as developing monitoring and detection solutions that can be used across the corporate network. Previously, Jamison worked as a Security Engineer for a fortune 100 company on the Incident Response team. Jamison received his degree from the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University in 2005. He resides in Erie, Pennsylvania, with his wife and their two sons. Jamison is a volunteer firefighter, washed up hockey player, and coach for various sports.

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