A simulation environment creating a realistic experience where all participants have to make quick, high impact decisions in real time with minimal information.
It is an innovative and unique concept from Europe to Africa, during which “Players” will be completely immersed – for a maximum of 1 to 2 hours – in a cyber attack and will have to react to it.
The way the team reacts, interacts and behaves will influence the course of the simulation. They will receive an in-depth debriefing upon conclusion. This will improve their crisis management reflexes.
CYBER SECURITY DRILLS FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION
ROOM#42 is a cyber attack simulation. It is an innovative and unique concept, during which “participants” are completely immersed in a cyber attack and need to react and manage different threat/incident situations.
Yelbridges is a partner of C3 Cybersecurity Competence Center, Luxembourg. Room 42 is one of the highlights of the Cybersecurity Competence Center. It is a cyber attack simulator game made in Luxembourg.
It’s innovative and unique concept allows participants to be completely impressed in a cyber attack simulation. The way the players interact and behave is being followed by the “game master” who will adjust the flow of the “serious game” accordingly. Good decisions will be rewarded and poor decisions penalised.REGISTER
C-LEVEL, EXECUTIVES, MANAGERS
Can you make the right decisions in the middle of the crisis? Can you deploy the right people at the right place and time? Can you think fast, communicate effectively and execute the right counter measures?
HUMAN RESOURCE / ADMINISTRATION
Can you utilise people’s strengths to your advantage and minimise human error?
We also understand you hold alot of personal identifiable information, what do you do if its compromised?
Sometimes you can’t see the forest for the trees and often IT departments need to take a step back and re-evaluate their processes. Can you weather the storm of constant cyberattacks?
MARKETING & SALES
You are the voice and face of your company, you LOVE your clients and their data… So do the bad guys and they will come for it. Can you manage sensitive data and ensure trustworthiness?
Major implications come from data breaches. How do you circumnavigate the rough seas of legal implications for your company and provide your team with the right support and guidance?
You have direct access to highly confidential and sensitive data. This is what the bad guys are after and could cause the company irreparable harm. Can you implement and follow the best practices?