The benefits to an organization by implementing cyber threat simulations are substantial.
For example, companies can gain crucial insights from cyber threat simulation data. This knowledge can be used to improve and guide training as well as used to gain insights about how and where to invest in IT security.
By replicating your environment, you can effectively “war-game” against potential attacks in realistic scenarios. Not only does this provide your IT professionals and security staff with real-life experience, but you can see how your defenses and strategy would hold up against an actual attack.
Additionally, cyber threat simulations help test cybersecurity strategies and new technology from a safe place. In other words, you can test out a realistic simulation of your IT networks rather than damaging the networks themselves.
Cybersecurity practice labs have been particularly effective in testing cyber defenses in a safe environment. This usually amounts to testing out a realistic simulation of your IT networks rather than damaging the networks themselves.
Likewise, cyber range training can be used to test new staff or be used during interviews to ensure new candidates have the right skills or mindset for important security roles.
Cyber range training can also be used to test new staff or be used during interviews to ensure new candidates have the right skills or mindset for important security roles.
Modeled on the physical shooting ranges used by police and the military, a cyber range creates a training space that simulates a wide range of security incidents so cybersecurity professionals can practice and learn how to respond effectively.
Additionally, because cybersecurity simulation training uses simulations of your real IT environment, you can gain lots of valuable data while you train your staff. Not only can this be used to improve and guide training, but it can also be used to gain insights about how and where to invest in IT security.
Want to learn more? Tonex offers a 3-day Cyber Threat Simulation Training class that includes the perspectives of the Department of Defense (DoD) and industry cyber threat simulation and evaluates practitioners on their knowledge and skills and cover roles, responsibilities, processes, procedures, methods and tools to simulate cyber threats effectively in cyberspace.
Tonex offers nearly four dozen different Cybersecurity Training Courses, such as:
—Industrial Control System (ICS) and SCADA Cybersecurity Training: A 3-day course for helping you to support and defend your industrial control system to operate in a threat-free environment and resilient against emerging cybersecurity threats.
—Threat Simulation and Modeling: A 2-day course that teaches you the various types of threat modeling techniques and helps you to apply threat modeling as an advanced preventive form of security.
—ICS Cybersecurity Training: A 4-day course designed for security professionals and control system engineers in order to provide them with advanced cybersecurity skills and knowledge in order to protect the Industrial Control System (ICS) and keep their industrial operation environment secure against cyber threats.
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