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SCENARIO: Your organization is located within a flood zone. Winter weather combined with warming temperatures has caused flooding throughout the area. Local authorities have declared a state of emergency. In the midst of managing the flooding, a ransomware attack occurs on your facility, making computer systems inoperable. What is your response? Discussion questions Do you have a COOP (Continuity of Operations Plan) or DRP (Disaster Recovery Plan)? o If so, do you carry out an annual simulation to ensure the COOP or DRP is sufficient and running smoothly? Do you have an Incident Response Plan (IRP) that specifically details ransomware steps? o What steps will you take if restoring from backup is not an option? o Does your IRP only take into account the financial implications of a cybersecurity incident, or does it consider the severity of the situation as well? o Do you have a plan in place for how to acquire bitcoin? o Have you considered that a targeted ransomware attack may require more bitcoin than is easily accessible on the market? Do you have a backup for completing Emergency Operations Center (EOC) processes without a computer system? o Can you route emergency communications/processes through a neighboring entity? Who do you need to notify, and how will you do so? o Consider that increased phone traffic may be congesting the lines.
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