Cyberbit Supplied ISE Systems with a Cyberbit Range for New Cybersecurity Training Center

ISE Systems recently opened its new Cyber Range Training Center in Paris in order to provide cybersecurity certifications and simulated cybersecurity training for professionals, enterprises and government customers

 Cyberbit Range Facility (Photo: Elbit Systems)

Cyberbit Ltd., a leading provider of cybersecurity training and simulation platforms, today announced that it supplied ISE Systems, a French data governance and cybersecurity consulting and service provider, with the Cyberbit Range training and simulation platform. ISE Systems recently opened its new Cyber Range Training Center in Paris in order to provide cybersecurity certifications and simulated cybersecurity training for professionals, enterprises and government customers.

ISE offers a variety of multi-day immersive training courses that enhance the cybersecurity skills of incident response teams and the organization as a whole. The new Cyber Range currently trains SOC teams from financial, telecommunications and government organizations, with additional sectors are expected to be added in the coming months.

"The recent rise in commercial cyberattacks and international cyberwarfare has bolstered both awareness and demand for highly skilled cybersecurity professionals. EU regulation such as GDPR puts additional pressure on French companies," said Mickael Attias, CEO of ISE Systems. "We found the Cyberbit Range to be the most mature training platform in the market and saw how it improves not only technical skills but also teamwork and incident response processes. This combination makes our customers' teams much more likely to thwart attacks successfully and keep their organization secure."

"We are very pleased to be working with ISE Systems to build their cybersecurity training center," said Adi Dar, CEO of Cyberbit. "The demand for cybersecurity professionals will real hands-on experience is growing quickly, and ISE will play an important role in developing the skills necessary to ensure France's cybersecurity."

 

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