After the successful pilot workshop in October 2021, The Hague University of Applied Sciences and Cyberworkplace are launching another workshop. On 14th and 21st of January 2021, forty students from the Safety and Security Management Studies at The Hague University of Applied Sciences and Cyberworkplace will join forces in a ransomware table-top exercise.
During this two-day workshop, students will work in teams, where each student will get into the role of an employee at the fictional ‘University of the Western North Sea’. With that role come objectives, responsibilities and a specific scenario. Each team must manage the crisis to the best of their ability. The workshop aims at enhancing students’ crisis management skills, such as analyzing, critical thinking, collaboration, communication, prioritization, etc. The participants will also attend presentations on ‘Cyber incident and crisis management’ by Mira Golsteyn, chair of Cyberworkplace and Dominic Christian, lecturer at The Hague University. After successful completion of this workshop, the participants will receive a certificate.
Participation in this workshop is limited to students of Cyberworkplace and Safety and Security Management Studies (SSMS) of The Hague University of Applied Sciences only.
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