Cyberbit Offers Free Cybersecurity Resources for New England Businesses

Cyberbit, a Council member, is offering free cybersecurity scenario training for New England-based businesses.

With companies transitioning to remote work around the world, Cyberbit is offering free scenario training for New England businesses in order to ensure safe and continuous operations. The company’s cyber-defense simulation platform, Cyberbit Range, will be free to businesses in the region to improve response time and cybersecurity as they rely on technology more for continuity. Cyberbit Range is an immersive simulation that uses commercial-grade security tools to test response capabilities to a cyberattack, and aims to improve response time, investigation skills, and teamwork.

“Our goal is for every cybersecurity professional in the world to gain access to simulated hands-on training,” said Adi Dar, Cyberbit CEO. “With the cloud-based cyber range we enable more trainees, as well as our partners, to access our catalog of cyber simulation exercises, anytime, anywhere, to ensure that every security team is prepared for the cyber-attack that will inevitably come.”

The Council commends Cyberbit for its work to protect the business community in New England and provide as smooth a transition as possible in the face of an evolving situation. Read more here.

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