SecureOps

SecureOps – Hold the Security Line

While security is not their primary function, IT Operations is beholden to development teams whose applications they need to secure, business teams who depend on software, and security teams that continue to push security activities onto them.

Our SecureOps program combines computer-based training (CBT) with Web and Cloud cyber ranges for the most hands-on way to build skills needed to maintain system security and the availability of key services.

Pass with A’s

Ensure secure authentication, authorization, access control

Defend with Depth

Lockdown servers, applications, databases, infrastructure, operating systems

Comply with Confidence

Implement controls, comply with policies, master incidence response

SecureOps covers all operational activities
Ideal for System, IT, Network Teams

Build Skills in a Familiar Environment

CBT offers a fast way to learn security engineering principles and essential data & system protection.

Cyber ranges challenge teams to find problems in live systems where security engineering principles have been ignored (or poorly implemented.)

With learning paths for DevOps, engineers, admins, and architects, staff won’t be caught off guard.

  • Platforms: AWS, Azure, Android, iOS, Web, Linux, Embedded
  • Tech: Database, OS, IoT, containers, orchestration, COTS, Open Source
  • Process: DevOps, security engineering, hardening,  incidence response, network/application scanning
  • Standards: NIST, ISO, PCI, OWASP, CWE
  • Environments: Multi-tiered Web & Mobile Applications, Cloud infrastructure
    Focus: misconfigurations, insecure APIs, faulty controls, phishing
    Attacks: password cracking, data exposure, filter evasion, escalation of privilege, credential bypass
    Gameplay: proxies and other tools useful. Mapped to OWASP and MITRE ATT&CK

Baseline & Measure Progress

Rich Cyber Range reporting makes it easy to baseline against other roles/industries and fill skills gaps with specific courses.

Results Mapped to Courses

Results mapped to MITRE ATT&CK

Baseline Against Security Elite

"By 2025, 99% of cloud security failures will be the customer's fault. The issue they are most worried about is misconfiguration "
Gartner
"Traditional training is necessary but not sufficient to meet the demand for qualified workers. A key tool for reducing the skills gap is the cyber range "
NIST

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