ECJ Daily Cyber Byte – July 3, 2015

ECJ Data Security Definition

Tabletop Exercise – A discussion-based exercise where personnel with roles and responsibilities in a particular IT plan meet in a classroom setting or in breakout groups to validate the content of the plan by discussing their roles during an emergency and their responses to a particular situation. A facilitator initiates the discussion by presenting a scenario and asking questions based on the scenario. – National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Special Publication 800-64

ECJ Data Security Quote

“The number one thing at the Board level and CEO level is to take cybersecurity as seriously as you take business operations and financial operations. It’s not good enough to go to your CIO and say ‘are we good to go.’ You’ve got to be able to ask questions and understand the answers.” ~ Major Gen. Brett Williams, U.S. Air Force (Ret) in This Week with George Stephanopoulos (December 2014)

ECJ Privacy & Data Security Law Workgroup

Patrick A. Fraioli, Jr.