CMD+CTRL CYBER RANGE TRAINING
EXPLOIT + WIN

Application Security Cyber range training environments
are real and ready to be hacked.

The CMD+CTRL Cyber Range suite features intentionally vulnerable applications and web sites that tempt players to steal money, find out their boss’s salary, purchase costly items for free, and conduct other nefarious acts. Hundreds of vulnerabilities, common to most business applications, lay waiting to be exposed.

The result? Teams that beg you for more.

Teams learn how applications are attacked by actively exploiting websites, applications and mobile apps. Hands-on means higher engagement and retention.

"In one word – AWESOME!"
Janet Levesque, former CISO of RSA Security

CMD+CTRL Cyber Range: High value – that keeps on giving

What is the price tag for risk? What is the value of teams that WANT security training?
The industry agrees – solving application security issues is the most valuable path forward.

  • Measures staff security proficiency, benchmarks & tracks improvements

    Detailed reports identify skill gaps, measure improvement over time, and demonstrate ROI.

  • Addresses the security vulnerabilities of today (and tomorrow)

    Vulnerabilities named in popular frameworks and compliance mandates like PCI-DSS, OWASP Top 10, and others are included, and CMD+CTRL is continually updated with the latest threat intelligence.

  • Creates cross-organizational excellence

    Cybersecurity, Development, and Operations teams can collaborate and prepare against common attacks and advanced threats. Advanced cyber ranges for InfoSec and Red Teams.

  • Ideal for all skill levels

    Help guides, hints, and challenges of varying complexity ensure everyone can participate and gain insight into the impact of different classes of vulnerabilities.

  • CMD+CTRL Cyber Range is challenging and competitive fun

    Teams actually get a taste and beg for more – so engaging it isn’t a burden.

Request a demo and be blown away
"CMD+CTRL Cyber Range is to software development and IT teams what flight simulators are to pilots in training."
Dr. Larry Ponemon, Founder of The Ponemon Institute