Setting the Table Cybersecurity Readiness with Tabletops
Cybercrime is something that happens to somebody else — right up until it happens to your organization. TableTops are an effective way to understand the impact that different types of cyber threats can have on your organization and constituents and give you clear steps to reduce the likelihood and impact of cybercrime. This session provides a live demo that walks-through the basics of this important and low-cost way to build organizational resilience against cybercrime.
Session Type60 minute session
- What Tabletop exercises are, how to conduct them, and why they help
- How Tabletop exercises play an essential role in organizational preparedness for responding to cybersecurity incidents
- How to use the results of your Tabletops to develop and prioritize a cybersecurity plan
Target AudienceOrganizational leaders, IT decision-makers, accidental techies who are concerned about the potential impact of cybercrime on their organization
vCIO / Cybersecurity
Accomplished technology leader with two decades of experience managing technology for over a thousand New York City nonprofits. Passionate about helping organizations sort through the incredible pace of change to select the best technology and use it effectively.
My greatest strength is taking complex subjects and helping non-experts understand what they need to in order to make good decisions.
Center for Constitutional Rights
Ken Montenegro is the Technology Director at the historic Center for Constitutional Rights in New York City.
Prior to his work at the CCR, Ken has been the lead technologist at Advancing Justice Los Angeles, Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles, Homeless Healthcare Los Angeles, and Maternal and Child Health Access. He is also a co-founder of the Radical Connections Network (of movement technologists), and of the Stop LAPD Spying Coalition. Ken has been fortunate enough to be a past board member of the Immigrant Defenders Law Center, NTEN, and past Vice President of the National Lawyers Guild. He has also been a Roadmap affiliated consultant.
Ken enjoys critical approaches and interrogations of systems…and digs music, books, food, and spaces that encourage reflection. He dreams of no more cops and borders.
Destiny is a member of RoundTable Technology’s Professional Services Team specializing in Cloud Services, Cyber Security and Technology Leadership. She has 2 decades of IT experience and has worked with every type of organization from International forprofits to single person nonpprofits.