Over 200 attendees explored the growing challenges of cybersecurity and its impact on overall economic and physical security at the one-day workshop hosted by the Idaho Office of Emergency Management and the Center for Regional Disaster Resilience. In the face of emerging risks to economic and national security, action is needed to address critical regional infrastructure interdependencies. This workshop is part of a continuing series intended to build public-private partnerships and advance Idaho's resilience to cyber threats.
The workshop featured an interactive tabletop board game exercise to facilitate discussion on cybersecurity planning, policy, and simulate outcomes from significant cyber incidents. Participants learned from experienced technical and policy professionals and identified gaps in their own cybersecurity planning.
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