Organised active disruption and brand attacks
Multidomain attack
Rehearse for coordinated transmedia activism
Given a world of high disillusionment with political leaders, activism has become the go-to course of action for a multitude of causes.

Activist organisations can be very well funded, coordinated, capable, creative and global. Environmental groups like Extinction Rebellion and Greenpeace have proven to be effective across digital and physical domains. This is why activist crisis exercises need to be as true-to-life as possible.
Brand reputation
Protection of brand reputation requires swift responses, transparent communication, and alignment with sustainability commitments to maintain trust and credibility. Rehearse stakeholder engagement across owned, paid and earned media channels.
Operational disruption
Operational disruption caused by the occupation or blockage of critical facilities underscores the need for contingency plans. Rehearse business continuity plans when vital buildings, access roads, ports or airports are besieged.
Hacktivist attack
Hacktivism can take many forms from website defacement, ransomware, DDoS attacks, data theft and leaks, social media account capture and even doxxing. Conducttr can simulate all these attacks and coordinate with other real-life physical domain protests.
Brandjacking, which involves unauthorized use of a brand's identity, from hashtag campaigns and spoof websites to street art, poses a significant challenge requiring proactive mitigation. Conducttr can simulate all these attacks for you to rehearse.
A view of Conducttr’s crisis simulation InfoMap which can be used to build situational awareness skills via activism crisis scenarios.
Situational awareness
Your exercise might start with social media and press monitoring to detect early warning signs of activist intent.
Monitoring of the information environment within a crisis exercise deployed using the Conducttr crisis simulation platform.
Then as the activism unfolds, Conducttr’s simulated tools for monitoring the information environment can be used to track a range of changes from shifts in public perception to the movement of people.
Hacked website crisis scenario content which can be added to show cyber attacks in your crisis exercises, building emotion.
Cyber attacks to your website add emotion to the exercise.
See for yourself
You can try a realistic exercise right now via our online Worlds.