Training and Staff Development
Effective Incident Response is dependent upon an educated workforce.
Leveraging available cyber resilience workforce education and resources to develop customized Sector-specific cyber resilience curriculum that reflects organizational policies, processes, procedures, and role-based responsibilities.
MM-ISAC membership includes access to the Global Cyber Range (provide by the Global Institute for Cybersecurity + Research) providing cybersecurity education, a virtual network environment to practice cyber skills, and National Cyber First Responder training/certification.
In order to build true cyber resilience, MM-ISAC working groups will collaborate with other industry and security organizations to develop an industry cyber-resilience framework, operational guidance and assessment tools.
These working groups will allow mining and metals companies to develop a cybersecurity framework optimized for the industry.
Companies will use these tools to assess their current cyber security positioning and develop the roadmap to reach their desired end state.