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3/9/2018
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7 University-Connected Cyber Ranges to Know Now

Universities are beginning to add cyber ranges to the facilities for teaching cyber security to students and professionals.
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Florida Cyber Range
The Florida Cyber Range is a partnership between the University of West Florida Center for CyberSecurity and Metova CyberCENTS, owner and developer of the Cyber Operations Enhanced Network and Training Simulators (CENTS) used at the range. UWF, located in Pensacola, Fla., is the NSA/DHS National Center of Academic Excellence (CAE) Regional Resource Center for the Southeast. The range is debuted in October 2017 at ITEN WIRED with the CENTS in place for exercises and instruction.

(Image Source: University of West Florida)

Florida Cyber Range

The Florida Cyber Range is a partnership between the University of West Florida Center for CyberSecurity and Metova CyberCENTS, owner and developer of the Cyber Operations Enhanced Network and Training Simulators (CENTS) used at the range. UWF, located in Pensacola, Fla., is the NSA/DHS National Center of Academic Excellence (CAE) Regional Resource Center for the Southeast. The range is debuted in October 2017 at ITEN WIRED with the CENTS in place for exercises and instruction.

(Image Source: University of West Florida)

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3/30/2018 | 9:51:39 AM
Other Universities
Thank you, a great overview. Are there more universities that are or will be offering cyber range capabilities to train the cyber security professionals we need?
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