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Cyber and Operational Resilience Table Top Exercise
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Cyber and Operational Resilience Table Top Exercise (Presented by the U.S. Secret Service on behalf of the Maryland Electronic Crimes Task Force)

2/25/2016
When: Thursday, February 25, 2016
9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Where: Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory
11100 Johns Hopkins Road, Building 26
Laurel, Maryland  20723
United States

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Cyber and Operational Resilience Table Top Exercise 
Presented by the U.S. Secret Service on behalf of the Maryland Electronic Crimes Task Force
 

Availability is limited to 100 attendees. Please RSVP to Special Agent Mark Wallace at mark.wallace@usss.dhs.gov no later than COB Thursday, February 18, 2016. 

Additional information concerning the TTX can be obtained via the attached bulletin or by calling Brian Murphy (SAIC-Baltimore, U.S. Secret Service) at 443-263-1001.

The Maryland Electronic Crimes Task Force, in conjunction with Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, will be hosting a cyber tabletop exercise (TTX) that will test and socialize processes for responding to a significant cyber incident impacting your firm. Geared towards the executive decision maker, the exercise will cover all phases of the lifecycle from business as usual through crisis incident response. Discussions will occur over a series of modules in order to focus the conversation on specific issues, such as intelligence and information sharing, initial response coordination, and resource coordination. The exercise will conclude with a hot wash to discuss lessons learned.

The Maryland Electronic Crimes Task Force combines resources of academia, the private sector and local, state and federal law enforcement to prevent, detect and investigate electronic and cyber based crimes, including potential terrorist attacks against critical infrastructure and financial payment systems.  With this task force approach, the Secret Service and its law enforcement partners work closely with members of the private sector and academic community to share information and identify weaknesses in a trustworthy environment.  The resources and skills offered by each member maximize the group’s ability to combat cybercrime activity while concurrently offering a wealth of information and communication channels with unlimited potential.  Additional information concerning the MECTF or questions on how to become a member can be obtained by calling the Secret Service Baltimore Field Office at 443-263-1000.


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