Cyber Road Show


To provide an entry-level opportunity for Faith-Based Organizations (FBOs) to gain a greater level of understanding relating to both general cyber security terms and threats and a specific cybersecurity threat, Business Email Compromise (BEC,) and best practices.


FB-ISAO will lead the development and conduct of a series of cybersecurity-focused discussion-based exercises (seminars). These exercises are anticipated to begin around September 2021 and to be conducted within the United States, in-person and/or virtually, and to be up to four-hours each. Exercise participants are expected to include individuals with some level of network or cybersecurity responsibility at their Faith-Based Organization, FB-ISAO, as well as other public and private sector partners and subject matter experts, as may be appropriate.


 CRS – Part 1CRS – Part 2
All locations29 June 2022 at 10:00am ET12 July 2022 at 11:00am ET

Who Should Attend

The exercise is open to all faith-based organizations (FBOs), charities and non-profits. Specifically, we would welcome participation by person(s) with an eye for / on cybersecurity preparedness. We also recognize that many faith-based organizations have not established that specific role as of yet. In that in case, any member of a security team would be a great participant in this exercise.

To participate in the Cyber Road Show, you must opt-in as a member of the Faith-Based Information Sharing and Analysis Organization. Our basic level of membership is at no-cost.

If you are already a member of FB-ISAO, please let us know that you are interested in participating in the Cyber Road Show here.

Exercise Objectives

  • Provide a virtual forum for FBOs to increase their general cyber threat awareness via a seminar event with experts and practitioners.
  • Provide a half-day forum for FBOs to increase their cyber threat awareness relating to the threat of BEC via a seminar event with experts and practitioners.
  • Provide participants an opportunity to interact with experts, practitioners, and one another to discuss cybersecurity issues, concerns, best practices and other salient points.
  • Provide resources to participants to further assist their threat awareness and accessibility to best practices relating to the threat of BEC.

Program Agenda

Part 1 (One Hour – Recorded Session)

Participants will view the recording during a hosted session. Part 1 will provide an overview of the topics that will be covered in Part 2.
  • Welcome & Intro
  • Why this matters to Faith-Based Organizations
  • Cyber threat overview
  • Threats in focus; Initial Attack Vectors, BEC, Phishing, Ransomware and Blended Threats/Convergence
  • Next Steps & Closing

Part 2 (Four Hours)

  • Welcome & Intro
  • Background 
  • Networking Break
  • Phishing & BEC Threat Overview
  • Networking Break
  • Phishing & BEC Panel Discussion
  • Examples
  • Best Practices
  • Networking Break
  • Panel Q&A
  • Next Steps & Closing

Hosts and Partners

  • Central Florida Intelligence Exchange
  • Virginia Fusion Center
  • Delaware Valley Intelligence Center
  • Pennsylvania Criminal Intelligence Center (PaCIC)
  • Western Pennsylvania All Hazards Fusion Center
  • The National Capital Region Threat Intelligence Consortium
  • NYPD Shield


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