A live fire exercise helps cybersecurity professionals simulate and practice defending against real-world cyber attacks. The role of an instructor in a live fire exercise is important, yet the entire team of participants work together to practice not only their technical skills but also the team spirit necessary in responding to cyber attacks rapidly and effectively.
Threat Hunting Exercises
‘Threat hunting’ is a type of cyber range exercise where a team of cybersecurity experts works together in a simulated environment to find and stop threats before they do any harm to people or systems. It’s much like detectives searching for clues in a crime scene; the cybersecurity team looks for clues and evidence of suspicious activity that can be anything from computer viruses to hackers trying to steal information.
Capture the Flag Exercises
A capture-the-flag (CTF) exercise is a simulated cybersecurity competition that challenges participants to find and exploit vulnerabilities in a computer system in order to ‘capture a flag’. The ‘flag’ may be a specific piece of data or code hidden within the system. Participants will rehearse working seamlessly together, and they may need to use a variety of skills and techniques. The teams may also need to defend their own systems against attacks.
A red/blue team exercise is a simulation of a cyberattack, where two teams – the red team and the blue team – are pitted against each other. The red team represents the attackers, while the blue team represents the defenders. The exercise takes place on a cyber range that simulates the real-world IT infrastructure that the organization is looking to protect.
Large-Scale National Cyber Security Exercise
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-Coen Stennbeck, Information Security Officer at Heineken Netherlands
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-Kalle Laanet, Minister of Defence of the Republic of Estonia
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