We welcome you to the Leadership Tabletop Exercise (LTTX) on the campus of Oregon State University. This exercise aims to engage principal leaders from colleges and universities across Oregon in promoting campus resilience and emergency preparedness. More specifically, this LTTX will focus on cybersecurity resilience by providing leaders the opportunity to receive and share information technology (IT) related information while also identifying risks and vulnerabilities.
This LTTX will consist of the following three components:
- A Cyber Threat Brief highlighting the current cyber threat landscape facing higher education in Oregon
- A Tabletop Exercise (TTX) focused on response and recovery efforts for two different types of cyber incidents
- An Options for Consideration Briefing summarizing cybersecurity programs, offerings, and assessment opportunities available to higher education
Areas of focus will include Protection, Mitigation, Response and Recovery. Objectives are structured to help leadership develop actionable approaches that bolster the resilience of their campus community, while identifying vulnerabilities that require attention. Two different scenarios will be presented based on real world case studies involving a cyber attack as well as a ransomware attack.
For more information about the exercise, contact:
Dan St. Pierre
Federal Emergency Management Agency
This exercise is specifically designed for executive leadership of Oregon’s colleges and universities. Registration is complimentary and includes lunch, instruction and tabletop/group exercises followed by a reception at the conclusion of the program.
|11:00 am||Registration and lunch will be available|
|11:45 am||Program Begins|
|4:45 pm||Program Concludes|
|4:45 – 6:00 pm||Reception|
To Register: Click the button below and you will be prompted to set up or log in to a free account in order to access the registration system. The options for registration will be presented to you after signing in or signing up.
Registering Attendees: If you are completing this form on behalf of an attendee, you will be asked to first provide your name as the “Preparer” on the form. You will then be asked for the names and information for all attendees. If you are part of the group you are registering you will be able to add yourself as an attendee as well.
Complimentary parking permits and directions will be provided to you via email prior to your arrival on campus. Please note that parking permits are required on campus Monday – Friday from 7:00am – 5:00pm.
You may be interested in staying in Corvallis before or after the training. Here are some lodging options available in our community:
Hilton Garden Inn, Oregon State University, located across the street from The LaSells Stewart Center. Reservations can be made by calling 541-752-5000 or online here.
Hilton Garden Inn Corvallis
2500 SW Western Boulevard
Corvallis, Oregon 97333
Tel: (541) 752-5000
Courtyard Corvallis by Marriott, located 5 minutes from Oregon State in downtown Corvallis. A Conference Rate is available for a 20% discount off rack rate. Discount applied for all standard king and double queen guestroom types based on availability. Go online for reservations here: Book your Conference Rate at Courtyard Corvallis
You can also call the front desk at (541) 753-0199 and mention “Conference Rate” to receive the discount.
400 SW 1st Street
Corvallis, OR 97333 USA
Tel: (541) 753-0199
Holiday Inn Express Corvallis on the River, located a short distance from campus and downtown. A Conference Rate is available at a 20% discount off rack rate. Discount applied for all standard king and double queen guestroom types based on availability. Go online for reservations here: Book your Conference Rate at Holiday Inn Express Corvallis
You can also call the front desk at (541) 752-0800 and mention “Conference Rate” to receive the discount.
Holiday Inn Express Corvallis
781 NE 2nd Avenue
Corvallis, OR 97330
Tel: (541) 752-0800