30 September 2017 - 10 Tishri 5778 - י' תשרי ה' אלפים תשע"ח
IAI to supply training platform to Japan for cyber warfare E-mail

Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd (IAI) signed a contract on 26 August to supply its TAME Range, the Cyber Range training platform and certification for cyber warfare teams, to Japan’s Dai Nippon Printing (DNP).

Tokyo-based DNP, a leader in publication printing, documentation security and software security products, will become a reseller of IAI’s Cyber Range in Japan. The TAME Range allows a realistic cyber warfare training environment to improve the cyber awareness and readiness of cyber defenders. There is currently a need in Japan to train some 80,000 IT personnel so they can prevent cyber-attacks from foreign countries, as well as prepare for the 2020 Olympics.

The TAME Range provides its users with authentic, handson training in a controlled environment, using real-world cyber threats. While practising, users gain practical knowledge as they are required to handle actual cyber-attacks – based on the most recently discovered threats.

The TAME Range curriculum covers all aspects of cyber warfare, including threat identification, incident management, mitigation and forensics. It provides in-depth training on the tools and techniques that are under a team’s command when a real attack actually occurs.

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