Churchill & Harriman Advises Global Clients Who Operate Critical Infrastructure Across Industry and Government
PRINCETON, NJ — Ken Peterson, CEO, Churchill & Harriman (C&H), was interviewed by Leslie Acebo, Research Analyst, WSJ Pro, of The Wall Street Journal, for a paper as part of their WSJ Pro series on Board of Director-level cybersecurity research. This paper highlights the importance of Tabletop Exercises as a vital tool in an organization’s enterprise preparedness program.
The paper was highlighted in a WSJ Pro BOARD PACK EXCLUSIVE, a weekly briefing for corporate board directors on cyber risk, by Rob Sloan, Research Director, WSJ Pro, of The Wall Street Journal.
“WSJ Pro’s Leslie Acebo’s latest paper focuses on why boards should conduct annual cyber-themed tabletop exercises. Kenneth Peterson, chief executive of Churchill & Harriman, a risk management consultancy that regularly runs exercises on behalf of clients, said thoughtfully planned and executed tabletop exercises will help a business become more resilient. The Cybersecurity Infrastructure Security Agency maintains free tabletop exercise packages with over 100 template scenarios that any organization can customize to develop its own exercises.”
The full article is available through WSJ PRO CYBERSECURITY RESEARCH, click here.
For more information on Churchill & Harriman’s Exercise services, click here.
To access our Ransomware Defense Call to Action, click here.
To access our presentation to the Automotive Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Automotive ISAC), “Protecting & Enabling Existing & New Revenue Streams” that addresses ransomware mitigation and the importance of tabletop exercises, click here.