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To help organizations gain better visibility into the readiness of their security teams and quickly build a continuous cybersecurity training program, RangeForce has launched the RangeForce Cyberskills Platform 2.0. Now enterprises can operationalize cybersecurity training with easily deployed prescriptive learning paths for all levels of security, IT and DevOps roles.
RangeForce 2.0, the next generation of our cyber skills platform, enables an entirely new level of cybersecurity training based on simplified deployment and management and a security training orchestration framework that makes it easier to train across multiple tools and systems.
RangeForce releases 9 new training modules and challenges. That brings our total count of modules to over 160 and our total training hours of content to 150. New training covers our Security Operations (SOC), Web Application Security (WASE), and DevOps tracks.
Accustomed to working in the same room, security teams now must find ways to operate effectively in the new remote reality.
Cross-training is helping CISOs and security managers to optimize collaboration, reduce the time that it takes to detect and remedy a cyberattack and improve overall team skills and performance.