Boeing, root9B Offer Updated Cyber Training Tool; Per Beith Comments

cybersecurityBoeing has integrated its simulation and intelligence training platform with root9B‘s cybersecurity training content to help users develop new cyber tools.

The Boeing Cyber Range-in-a-Box is built to contain virtual scenarios from more than 120 courses on cyberattacks and help users customize material for information security professionals in training, Boeing said Thursday.

“As cybersecurity threats grow in frequency and complexity, it’s critical that enterprises train their information security professionals with realistic scenarios, without compromising the systems they’re trying to protect,” said Per Beith, director of Boeing Information Security Solutions.

The simulation environments are designed to help with skills training, teach users on what to look for and how to deal with compromised networks in the fastest possible time.

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