Today, cybersecurity skill development platform Cyberbit announced that Emirates NBD Bank has won the 2022 International Cyber League (ICL) competition, a mock cyberwar designed to test security teams’ abilities to mitigate simulated cyberattacks..
Yeshiva University’s Katz School of Science and Health is adding a new dimension to its cutting-edge M.S. in Cybersecurity through a partnership with Cyberbit, provider of the world’s leading cybersecurity skill development platform.
Cyberbit, provider of the world’s leading cybersecurity skill development platform, announced today that Emirates NBD Bank is the winner of the 2022 International Cyber League (ICL) competition. The team outperformed 200 cyber defense teams from North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, who participated in three rounds of simulated cyberattack challenges.
Participating in the International Cyber League helps the IT team at the Illinois State Treasurer’s office test their skills against real-world network threats.
Hundreds of cyber defense teams compared their skills in responding to real-world, simulated attacks.
May 27th officially marked the last day of this year’s International Cyber League. It was a day of intense competition, anticipation, and excitement. Today, we are here to announce the winning teams and give you the inside scoop on the ICL.
Matthias v. Knobelsdorf is Sales Director DACH at Cyberbit. In the following interview, he discusses trends and opportunities for the qualification of SOC employees and gives recommendations to companies.
One of the best ways to prevent cyber attacks is to hire someone to try to hack a system. These realistic training scenarios are called cyber ranges, and Marshall University’s Institute for Cyber Security (ICS) is enlisting Forge Security, a local provider of cyber ranges, and the West Virginia National Guard to simulate these cyber attacks. In a press conference on Marshall’s campus, President of Marshall University Brad Smith said that the West Virginia National Guard will provide on-site personnel to help students with research and training.
Members of the hacking group Anonymous have declared cyber war on Russia, targeting more than 1,500 Russian websites. U.S. officials confirmed they have seen evidence of the Anonymous hacks after Russia launched a cyber and ground offensive against Ukraine. NBC’s Tom Costello reports for TODAY.