First cyber range as a service launched in the US

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Cyberbit Ltd. and Cloudrange Cyber LLC have together launched Cloudrange’s Cyber Attack Simulation Training Platform as a Service (CASTaaS) – the first cyber range offering available through the IT channel in North America.

With the new Cloudrange service, cyber security technology manufacturers, managed security service providers (MSSPs), value-added resellers (VARs), and technology distributors can offer their customers advanced, simulated cyber security training powered by the Cyberbit Range platform.

Cloudrange provides the first consumption-based cyber range for enterprises and MSSPs. Organisations can now take advantage of some of the most advanced cyber security training available while bypassing the need to invest in cyber range infrastructure, technology, trainers and administrators, thereby reducing capital expenditures.

According to Cloudrange, the company selected Cyberbit based on the company’s unique ability to provide hyper-realistic simulation. The Cyberbit Range platform can emulate each customer’s specific network environment by using industry leading cyber security technologies including IBM Qradar, Micro Focus Arcsight, Splunk, Palo Alto Networks, and Checkpoint. Customers can train security teams, assess candidates, onboard new hires, and improve cyber security team skills on a customisable virtual network environment that mirrors their own. Cloudrange, powered by Cyberbit, offers a complete training platform with unlimited simulated attack scenarios with sessions that are recorded for playback and assessment.

“We are excited to partner with an industry leader like Cyberbit,” said Debbie Gordon, CEO of Cloud Range Cyber LLC. “There is so much demand for cybersecurity training beyond the existing industry training and certifications."

Cloudrange training can be conducted either remotely or at a customer's site and is administered by Cloudrange instructors. “This innovative approach allows companies to bypass the need to invest in cyber range infrastructure and technology, while still giving them the experience and freeing their financial resources to focus on what they do best,” said Adi Dar, CEO of Cyberbit.


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