Cyber Ranges

Practice with real-world tools in virtualized environments to combat evolving threats.

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Authentic learning environments mirror company networks.

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Validate cyber professional skill sets with realistic emulations.

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Gain real-world application of attack scenarios in secure cyber ranges.

If you’re training to run a marathon, you wouldn’t practice by swimming in a pool. You’d want to run several paths at varying lengths to build endurance and strength. The same concept goes for cybersecurity training. You wouldn’t train in an environment that wasn’t completely conducive to putting skills to the test in the most realistic space possible.

Cyber teams benefit most from learning in environments that reflect the kinds of scenarios and situations they’d experience in the workplace. This is where cyber ranges come into play. Emulating realistic environments, cyber ranges optimally prepare teams by allowing them to use their own tools in a setting that looks and feels like their own network. This is productive training at its finest.

5% information retained from traditional training. Improve retention to 75% with cyber range training approaches.
38% of lecture-based trainings prove ineffective to prepare cyber teams for daily, real-world attacks.
96% organizations agree they must upskill teams. Failure to prepare teams effectively yields vulnerabilities.

Structured Authentic Experiences

True-to-life representation of network, host traffic, and use activity more effectively challenge professionals.

Repetitive Learning

Prevent information loss with repetition of activities and exercises to boost retention rates to 75%, compared to 5% with traditional classroom learning.

Scalable Training

Cyber ranges enable security leaders to train teams of any size—from individual skill-building exercises to full-scale missions.

Gamification

Cyber ranges give teams a platform to engage with one another in head-to-head, real-world scenarios while tracking skills progression.

Malicious hackers are persistent; our training must be as well.  

Modernize cybersecurity training with cyber ranges to ensure defenses are as complex and strong as the hackers who prepare to infiltrate, compromise, and destroy data.