Companies continue to grapple with the cybersecurity skills gap, but Adi Dar, Cyberbit CEO offers a way to ensure security teams are properly trained through the use of live exercises.
Small banks with modest cyber security systems are vulnerable to attack. Only through a sustained and dedicated cyber-security training module can the banks and financial institutions enable an effective cybersecurity cover.
Cyberbit launch the first “Zero to Hero,” Skills Development Cloud platform, combining cyber labs and cyber range exercises into a unified, on-demand platform. Known for its market-leading cyber range, Cyberbit delivers the world’s largest catalog of simulated attack scenarios.
Hear from Rakesh Kharwal how this holiday season with the rampant increase in purchasing activities, online payment platforms are at a greater risk of succumbing to the hostile attacks of cyber-miscreants.
Cyberbit has announced that cloud and IT entrepreneur Dan Phillips, and cybersecurity leader Jim Hansen, have joined the company’s Board of Directors. This marks the next phase in Cyberbit’s scale, following its recent $70M investment from Charlesbank Capital Partners in May of 2020, and the Company’s continued growth over the last few years.
According to our survey of SOC leaders, 89% of organizations in India still rely on classroom training and tabletop exercises, which do not prepare their SOC teams for the experience of a real-world attack.
Only 32% of companies are aligning their training to MITRE, creating a gap in experience measurement that could be critical in incident response.
Rakesh explains that with the skill gap slated to increase with time due to the absence of real-time experiential and practical cybersecurity upskilling and training courses in universities and tech-institutes, India needs to readdress and reimagine the cybersecurity training curriculums using real-life cyber-simulation tools to provide a hands-on learning and optimization process to tech-professionals.