Is your team prepared to defend against cyber attacks?
Scalable cybersecurity training platform that powers IT & security professionals with measurable hands-on skills
Learn security by doing
Web security is not black magic – every IT professional can and must learn it. Our hands-on training is a highly effective way to learn security.
Start your mission
Open your game in a web browser. We will set up networks and servers in a cloud-based simulator on the fly.
Experience the attack
After a while – you will find yourself under an attack.
Learn to defend
Fortunately you are not alone – the Virtual Teaching Assistant will guide you towards the best defense.
RangeForce Simulation Platform
Yes, it’s a sandbox. Designed for experimenting with cyber threats.
Complex networks enable to simulate entire kill chain
Learn by defending against real attacks
Virtual Training Assistant
Your personal trainer in cyber battle
Cyber training doesn’t have to be boring
Two ways to participate
For developers and devops teams
The quality of the code can decide a battle.
A fun event where you can test your cyber skills and experience the cyber battle.
Your mission is to keep your applications up and running. Ruthless attackers use every vulnerability to bring you down. Learn how to fix the code and mitigate attacks.
Threat is persistent. The training must be persistent too.
A continuous training where developers get cyber skills and keep them up to date.
A story-based game is rolled out over the year. Every month developers spend an hour in a simulator solving a cyber puzzle. If the challenge is too hard they train in labs and try again.
Why enterprises need our training?
What is common in PCI-DSS, SOX, HIPAA, and ISO 27001? – A requirement to train developers. Comply!
You can make sure that your distributed development teams share the same cyber skills. A cloud-based platform is accessible everywhere. Consolidated skills reports cover everyone.
Skills assessment provides reliable data about the skills of the team. Progress measurement is based on numbers, not on hope.