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Who and what to expect at Team Orlando Cyber Day
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Team Orlando Cyber Day is set for March 10, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the UCF Partnership 3 building in room 321 A/B. These featured companies and organizations will be showcasing capabilities that can be used in a Live Virtual Constructive (LVC) training environment. Stop by and take a look at the innovative work from these companies.
Army Research Lab
Army Research Lab (ARL) will be demonstrating Cyber Operations Battlefield Web Services (COBWebS). COBWebS simulates cyber operation attacks like information delay, forgery, interception, and denial of service in Mission Command Systems.
Booz Allen Hamilton
Booz Allen Hamilton will present CyberSim, a cyber simulation and training tool that enables organizations to provide a 24/7 realistic cloud based training and testing environment that meets the needs of the emerging DoD 8140 requirements.
ICF International demonstration is “Enhancing the Cyber Workforce through Augmented Visualization and Game Design.” It will showcase their research and development with ARL of novel immersive 3d visualization solutions to challenging problems in the field of network analysis and research, network intrusion detection, and network intrusion prevention. They will also showcase Cy-Fall, a cyber-network game designed for ARL to illustrate a typical analysis session comparable to the analysis that cyber-security analysts perform.
Scalable Network Technologies
The ever-evolving complexity of the combined cyber / kinetic battlefield drives a need to simulate engagements in high fidelity where each domain affects the other. Scalable Network Technologies presents a new simulation approach that integrates real and simulated cyberspace operations, wired and wireless virtual networks, live and virtual equipment and applications, and traditional kinetic warfare training simulators into a full, instrumented, synthetic cyber warfare training environment. The system allows trainee performance centered on awareness, reaction time and correct action (at all levels), along with ability to work through a degraded cyberspace environment and complete a mission, to be monitored and evaluated.
Metova CyberCENTS division presents their Cyberoperations Enhanced Network & Training Simulators (CENTS®).CENTS® is a line of advanced turn-key cyber range environment solutions used for training, exercises, tool development, and test and evaluation.
They will showcase an operational demo of our advanced constructive cyber range environment modeling a cyberspace domain. The full functioning cyber range will be accessed via a remote connection providing a live demo visitors can interact with.
The CyberCENTS division provides high-fidelity cyber range products to the Air Force, Navy, National Guard, Department of Defense-Intelligence Community, Department of Homeland Security, and State agencies to establish, operate, and maintain capabilities that deliver Real-Time Operations and Innovation. CyberCENTS also provides cyber exercise, training, and competition services to DoD, commercial, education, and international communities.
Soar Technology, Inc.
SoarTech presents SC2RAM Simulated Cognitive Cyber Red-team Adversary Model, a cognitive reasoning agent to assist and support a cyber red, as a decision support or to serve as one of the team members. Potential uses include operator training, and testing or analysis of cyber operations.
SoarTech studies and models many kinds of human behavior in order to create software that “thinks the way people think”: constantly learning, getting smarter, and adapting to new times and situations. Much of this scientific base is encoded within our computational cognitive architecture, which enables the creation of autonomous software agents that can reason over large amounts of human-level knowledge. The end result for your users is a system that is not just a tool in their hands, but a thinking partner.
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Tintri VMstore is a storage appliance built to support virtual workloads, and was built essentially for Cyber Ranges.
Tintri Virtual Machine store (VMstore) integrates directly with hypervisors to support virtualized workloads, making it the ideal platform for hosting cyber ranges. Tintri’s flash based filesystem dynamically allocates I/O to each VM and automatically adjusts to meet performance, managing and protecting your Range at the VM level. Simply scales from 100s to 100,000s of VM’s in a single pane of glass.
Sandia National Laboratories
Sandia National Laboratories will present Emulytics for Physical Protection Systems, an application of 3D simulation engine (Umbra) with virtualized network, hardware and software for studying physical site security against cyber-based threats.
Sandia National Laboratories is operated and managed by Sandia Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lockheed Martin Corporation. Sandia Corporation operates Sandia National Laboratories as a contractor for the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) and support numerous federal, state and local government agencies, companies and organizations. Sandia National Laboratories is a Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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