Lead by specialists with a deep understanding of cyberattackers’ mindset and methods, Sensato’s tactical training programs and drills help IT teams prepare, defend, and respond.
From writing secure code to creating tactical response plans to learning from attack simulations, we work to provide IT teams with the skills, preparedness, and muscle memory they need to defend against and respond efficiently to cyberattacks.
Cyberattackers use many different tactics and approaches, so we share our knowledge and expertise to help you fight on a number of fronts.
No plan survives first contact. That’s a military lesson, lived and learned.
But it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t develop an incident response plan. It means your incident response “plan” should be the Sensato Tactical Response Platform for Cybersecurity.
An incident response plan is not enough to stand up to the violence of a cybersecurity attack. In the real world, your help desk is on the front lines, busy addressing end user demands and institutional requirements. By the time your front line realizes that you are under attack and you invoke your "plan," it will be all over.
We studied Special Operations teams and ICU nurses, infusing their tradecraft into our cybersecurity incident response platform. If you are not familiar with and instituting standing orders, protocols, and immediate action drills, then you’re not on the leading edge of incident response.
To date, we have trained and certified over 100 cybersecurity professionals on the Sensato Tactical Response Framework, and the one thing they can tell you is— it works! It stands up to first contact and beyond.
We can help your team safely analyze their ability and readiness to respond to cybersecurity incidents. A workshop conducted over a two-day period, the Sensato-CTS includes real-life scenarios based on the latest cybersecurity intelligence. The key is to help you and your team learn and evolve.
A workshop conducted over a two-day period, the Sensato-CTS includes real-life scenarios based on the latest cybersecurity intelligence. The key is to help you and your team learn and evolve.
Sensato-CTS embraces a crawl-walk-run approach to the program. After completing modules on cyber incident response, effective team management and effective risk management, team members are presented with a threat intelligence briefing. Teams are then introduced to a series of cybersecurity incidents that grow in complexity as the workshop progresses. After each incident, teams score their response and evaluate opportunities for improvement. The net result is continued learning and evolution of the cybersecurity incident response team.
Sensato-CTS is designed to test how policy supports process and how process becomes practice. Sensato-CTS uses NIST as the foundational guideline, though teams are able to use any policy framework they feel is appropriate.
Sensato-Write Secure Code (S-WSC) is a three-day intensive training program that lets you take advantage of everything Sensato has learned about breaking systems, designing systems, writing secure code, and responding to cyberattacks.
Presented by real-world attackers with highly advanced backgrounds in software design and development, there is no other program as real-world, timely, or in-depth as Sensato-WSC.
Sensato-WSC combines a variety of instructional methods to create a multi-faceted learning opportunity. The program utilizes audio, video, instructor-led theory, code examples, classroom challenges, and hands-on modules.
Commonly referred to as a “cyber range,” the Cybersecurity Tactical Training Center (CTTC) sounds like the cybersecurity equivalent of a gun range, but it’s more like a NASA training simulator.
Sensato’s 5-day training simulation workshops at the CTTC help teams build muscle memory and team cohesion through a series of attacks that increase in intensity and difficulty.
Cybersecurity leaders trained through the Sensato CTTC emerge armed with the knowledge they need to plan their cybersecurity strategies, brief their boards, and lead their teams for the coming year.