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How to Develop and Implement Effective Cybersecurity Tabletop Exercises

Association of Information Technology Professional

Find out more about how tabletop exercises can help your organization better prepare for a multitude of risk scenarios and threats. There are many benefits to regularly testing your incident response plan.

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Exercise Executive Empathy To Get Stakeholders Excited About CX

Forrester IT

How can CX leaders gain funding? Develop executive empathy: Determine stakeholder priorities, connect CX to these existing priorities, and communicate the value of CX.

Exercises 354
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NATO Exercise Brings Together 1,000 Cyber Defenders

SecureWorld News

NATO's largest annual cyber defense exercise took place Nov. The exercise was led by NATO's Allied Command Transformation. More than 1,000 cybersecurity professionals took part in Cyber Coalition 2022 with the goal of testing and training cyber defenders in their ability to defend NATO and national networks. 28 to Dec.

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Incident Response Exercises Not Taken Seriously by Business Leaders

CTOvision

According to research by Immersive Labs of 402 organizations, nearly 40% are not fully confident in their teams training to handle a data breach if one occurred, and 65% of […].

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Playpulse raises $2M for exercise bike that turns fitness into a game

Venture Beast

Playpulse has raised $2 million to build the Playpulse One, an exercise bike that motivates people to work out using games. Read More.

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Find Your “Value For Customer” Sweet Spot With Our New Exercise

Forrester IT

Value for customer is a customer’s perception of what they get versus what they give up when doing business with a firm. Four dimensions make up the overall value a customer perceives: 1) functional, 2) experiential, 3) symbolic, and 4) economic. But which combination is the right one? Find Your Organization’s Value Sweet Spot!

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Exercise Can Boost Brain Health Even in People Who Already Have Signs of Dementia

Gizmodo

New research adds to evidence that exercise can improve cognition, especially later in life. The study found that older people who regularly exercised had greater levels of proteins crucial to their brain’s health, compared to those who didn’t exercise. These differences were apparent even in people whose brains… Read more.