Boeing Cyber Range-in-a-Box software upgrades make training more realistic, efficient

FAIRFAX, Va., 21 Sept. 2013. New software in Boeing’s (NYSE:BA) Cyber Range-in-a-Box (CRIAB) cybersecurity simulation and training tool is designed to deliver more realistic virtual environments up to six times faster than previous versions for more effective and less expensive training.

Sep 21st, 2013

FAIRFAX, Va., 21 Sept. 2013. New software in Boeing’s (NYSE:BA) Cyber Range-in-a-Box (CRIAB) cybersecurity simulation and training tool is designed to deliver more realistic virtual environments up to six times faster than previous versions for more effective and less expensive training.

CRIAB 2.0 provides government and industry professionals the ability to test security solutions and train security personnel in a realistic network environment. Its upgraded performance-assessment tools enable users to analyze their solutions accurately, effectively, and efficiently.

"CRIAB 2.0 helps customers meet the ever-increasing need for skilled cybersecurity professionals who can interpret data and take protective actions against cyber attacks," says Dewey Houck, vice president and general manager of Boeing Electronic and Information Solutions. "Our customers will be able to improve their networks' overall cybersecurity while improving training of personnel."

Among the upgrades provided in CRIAB 2.0 software are:

Redesigned Range Management Services for faster development of virtual environments and training simulations

Enhanced visual depictions of modeled networks

Improved instruments to continuously monitor the training environment

A new Network Visualization Console to better assess user and system performance.

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