Can you drive a complex Cyber Range Attack Simulation using a simple interface?

Rocheston launches ‘Cyber Range Sphere’. Can you drive a complex Cyber Range Attack Simulation using a simple interface? Yes. We did it using Sphere. What is Cyber Range Sphere? It is a simulation platform used in the RCCE® Level 2 training program. The Sphere recreates the experience of responding to a cyber attack by replicating the organizational network infrastructure, and the attack itself. Cyber Range Sphere enables hands-on training in a controlled and secure environment. How is it different from others? Well, The whole concept revolves around a set of rings: Database layer, Application layer, OS layer, MZ, DMZ, Firewall, IDS layer, Threat Intelligence layer, etc. The nodes are added to these rings using various attack scenarios. The rings and nodes can be turned on / off and the Sphere will reconfigure itself. Simple. Currently, the Sphere hosts hundreds of VMs with tons of embedded attack vectors. The platform can scale to more than 1,000 VMs. Note: RCCE® Level 2 students are going to have a blast with the Sphere. Are you still paying thousands of dollars for a lab-based practical exam? OMG! Well, Don’t. Here is the Cyber Range Sphere website. https://lnkd.in/eAQhtuq

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