Cyber Security has escalated its position into a more critical stage day by day. Many institutions have allocated huge amount of budget on high-tech devices to protect their businesses while the human’s capacity is mostly left behind.
Having seen the trend of need regarding the cyber security issue, United States Government employees at The Center for Information Systems Security Studies and Research (CISR) at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) and Rivermind with the sponsorships of the US Navy, the Naval Education and Training Command, the Office of Naval Research, the Biometrics Task Force, the Office of the Secretary of Defence, and the National Science Foundation developed a FREE and useful video training tool called CyberCIEGE which offers lots of concepts to improve Cyber Security techniques.
The CyberCIEGE’s features:
- Link encryptors
- Access control mechanisms
- Identity management components such as biometric scanners and authentication servers
- Attack types include corrupt insiders, trap doors, Trojan horses, viruses, denial of service, and exploitation of weakly configured systems
- Attacker motives to compromise assets differ by asset and scenario, thereby supporting scenarios ranging from e-mail attachment awareness to cyber warfare.
Scenario Development Kit is also available if you want to customise and create your own scenarios.
To download and find more information, please visit its official website at http://cisr.nps.edu/cyberciege/