1. Intergration of Cybersecurity into EOC


This course is designed to assist jurisdictions with coordinating and managing response efforts between emergency response organizations and critical infrastructure information technology (IT) personnel necessary as a result of a cyber incident. The course will help to ensure that traditional emergency management personnel and IT personnel recognize the importance of working together to mitigate the effects of a cyber incident. This course utilizes the Emergency Management Exercise System (EM*ES) incident simulation software which provides many features that resemble or imitate actual incident management systems.

Course Dates: March 7 - 9, 2017 (3 day class)
Course Location: 241 Erie Street, Jersey City, NJ 07310 (Port Authority Technical Center)
Course Length: This course is 24 hours
Course Point of Contact (POC):  William Holland  -- Work: 201-595-4695 / Email: wholland@panynj.gov

Registration is on a first come – first served basis
Target Audience

This course was developed for personnel assigned to work in the jurisdiction’s emergency operations center, policymakers, elected and/or appointed officials, emergency responders, information security and cybersecurity personnel and managers responsible for identifying and responding to cyber incidents for local government and private industry, and critical infrastructure representatives from both private and public sectors.
Recommended Training

Participants are expected to have successfully completed IS-100b, IS-200, and IS-700.

Completion of IS-800 is also recommended. These courses can be found online at: http://training.fema.gov/IS/NIMS.asp.

Cyber Incident Awareness Training and Emergency Management for IT Professionals are also recommended, and can be found online at:

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