The Army Cyber Institute, in partnership with FTI Consulating and the Norwich University Applied Research Institute invite you to participate in Jack Pandemus, a distributed functional exercise in support of Jack Voltaic® 3.0 (JV3). This semi-generic scenario, presented on the DECIDE® platform and using web-conferencing (TBD), explores a gas pipeline disruption caused by a cyber attack, which in turn, causes issues with electrical power generation and healthcare delivery. All these events occur during an ongoing Pandemic Response.
The exercise is designed to cause minimal interruption to the participants daily work schedule. We will host two seperate instances of the same table-top exercise. Participants should select one of the two instances. The first instance, on 23 June 2020, will focus on the City of Charleston, SC. The second instance, on 30 June 2020, will focus on the City of Savannah, GA. Participants can plan on each instance to be a 2-hour, web-based, virtual exercise that they can conduct from their normal work-station.
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