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Can Your Organisation Handle A cybersecurity incident?

Every day, It seems that every day we hear of a company being hacked, a hospital unable to provide patient care due to ransomware taking over their systems, our details accidentally published online for the world to see.

Tabletop exercises and live-play simulations are efffective ways to find out how your team would cope in a cybersecurity crisis.

At Cybility we provide a unique gamified learning experience with a highly interactive and immersive scenario that can be tailored to your organisation. 

It is a business focused experience designed for leaders, senior management, and subject matter experts from across the organisation that are likely to be involved in responding to a cyber security incident.

Why Rehearse Incident Response?

As the compromises of organisations continue to Increase resulting in a halt to operations and increased costs; more organisations recognise the need for a cybersecurity incident response plan.

However, a written plan is only effective when it is tested on a regular basis – ideally using different scenarios and taking account of personnel availability and changes, and so on.

The process of going through a mock scenario is incredibly useful as it will:

  • Enable the organisation to identify potential gaps in the plan and procedures that may be needed;
  • Build incident response capability within the team;
  • Increase understanding of the need for the different roles to be involved;
  • Build a sense of comradery in the cybersecurity incident response team (CSIRT).

Like any activity - when repeated regularly it creates a habit.  The more you do it, the more confident you can be in your organisation’s ability to respond to a cyber-attack.

1. Prepare

Complete our pre-exercise e-learning course to give everyone a solid baseline

2. Participate

Actively contribute to the Cyber Security Incident Response Exercise Scenario

3. Probe

Share candidly in the cold wash (debrief) to generate lessons learned

On completion of the experience, your organisation is provided with an After-Action Report (AAR) that includes focus areas for improvement to inform your organisation’s cyber security resilience planning.On completion of the experience, your organisation is provided with an After-Action Report (AAR) that includes focus areas for improvement to inform your organisation’s cyber security resilience planning.


On completion of the experience, your organisation is provided with an After-Action Report (AAR) that includes focus areas for improvement to inform your organisation’s cyber security resilience planning.Participants receive a digital certificate and are issued with the Cybility Cybersecurity Incident Response Team Experience (CSIRTxp) Alumni badge which can be shared on LinkedIn or other social media.

Frequently Asked Questions

We will be taking notes throughout and provide these to you as an After-Action-Report (AAR). Whilst we do record to assist in producing the AAR, we typically do not provide recordings of the sessions to clients unless explicitly requested as part of the project scope.

Yes, we offer a 15% discount for this service for charities that are registered in the UK.

To claim this discount the charity must be active and currently registered with one of the following:

  • Charity Commission in England and Wales,
  • Scottish Charity Regulator in Scotland (OSCR);
  • Charity Commission for Northern Ireland (CCNI).