What Is a Cyber Simulator

1. Cyber Training Goals

  • Prepare the trainees in encountering complex cyber incidents
  • Strengthening the organizational efficiency for resolving incidents
  • Improves self-confidence
  • 2. The main advantages of simulator-aided guidance:

  • Work in an environment that characterizes the full organizational network.
  • Experience events in real-time, executed and operated by malicious programs (everything is real, including viruses, malware, exploitation of weaknesses, break-ins, etc.).
  • Work in a variety of operating systems – Windows, Linux, etc.
  • Learn and operate a variety of tools in the field – SQL, Wireshark, ArcSight, Checkpoint/Firewall, database, etc.
  • Work in a replication of the full organizational environment, including different kinds of servers: FTP, WEB, Apache, SMTP, DC, IIS, SQL, and more.
  • Train teams and individuals to improve and advance their abilities, in the maximum way to increase their professionalism.
  • Strengthen the communication expertise within the team, for coping with pressured situations.
  • Understand work methodologies, including the subjects of ethics, decision-making, and escalation.
  • 3. Cyber Training Methodology

  • Practical hands-on training for cyber teams who deal with cyber warfare and defense
  • The training addresses:
  • Realistic Scenarios and environment
  • Under the guidance of the best cyber experts.
  • Various levels of IT and SCADA networks
  • Variety of operating systems – Windows, Linux and more.
  • 4. Who is fit for the simulator training?

    It is recommended that the simulator trainees possess a background and experience in one of the following fields or professions:

  • The SOC department in an organization or part of an analysis, incident response or forensics group.
  • Operation and support in the organizational IT department systems: system IT, system administrators, engineers and, consultants.
  • Developer or integrator of software systems/applications in an organization.
  • Development of software/communication, for example, IT, IS, CCNA.