So it's logical that human talent provides the best protection against attacks. How can organisations reduce risk by making humans the strongest link in the cyber defence line?
In this paper, we explore:
Real life cyber attack simulation: When a Battle Fortress exercise starts, teams are thrown into high-intensity attacks where revenue and reputation are on the line. Scenarios are as ‘real’ and complex as possible, so you feel like you are fighting on the frontlines.
Attacks are taken right from the headlines: Battle Fortress exercises include advanced attacks like Shellshock and Heartbleed and adversary techniques like XSS, backdoors, lateral movement, network reconnaissance, DDOS, and rootkits.
Team activity monitoring: Working with your existing operations, processes, and technologies, security teams must work together to find, identify, contain and remediate the attack.
Quantitative and qualitative analysis of teamwork: The final part of the exercise is a team debrief where strengths and weaknesses are identified, processes are improved, and training is more focused so that teams continuously improve.
Fast, safe, and scalable environment: RangeForce simulations are hosted on a cloud-based platform that allows IT professionals to experiment with complex attacks in an isolated and safe environment.
Fast setup, easy operations: With RangeForce, you can spin up a new Battle Fortress exercise in just a few hours. Gone are the heavy operational costs of managing a cyber range or preparing for your next blue team exercise. RangeForce delivers online and onsite sieges for testing teamwork or individual skill level at competitions