In order to training Cyber security students of the future we need to have simulation tools which can model entire networks. Today’s guest Charles Reynolds explains the operation of Cyber Ranges and their use by top cyber organizations.
Being in higher education this was of special interest to me, and finding out about a few tools which are leading the way in making this simulation environment a possibility was an interesting awareness.
Thanks for the enlightening conversation today Charles.
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