Three large organisations, each of them covering a different domain (higher education, transport, and energy), helped in designing, implementing, and validating our cybersecurity training solutions. The input from these organisations covered all levels of cybersecurity experience, from university students to industry experts, ensuring that training could be tailored to any customers needs.

Energy Generation and Distribution

EDP deployed advanced training modules, increasing the automation of training operations, while also making the training modules more effective by using gamification approaches.

The main purpose was to validate new developments in training scenarios, introducing EDP’s knowledge of critical infrastructures and Cyber Range operations, which could then be adopted by other entities in their own environments.

Railroad Transport

Ferrovie Italiane demonstrated the potential of the platform in a business setting for cybersecurity experts in the railroad transport domain. The Ferrovie Italiane cybersecurity team used the platform to perform attack and defence scenarios, while their business experts used the platform to understand the financial threat posed to critical assets (i.e., cost of a business interruption, cost of a data breach, and cost of replacing a damaged logical asset).

Professional and academic training

The University of Pisa gathered around 40 trainees (undergrads, grads and post-docs) to use the training platform. It focused on user experience and the scalability features of the platform. It demonstrated the flexibility of the CYBERWISER.EU platform which was able to provide experiments and scenarios for all academic levels; from undergraduate and postgraduate, up to research-oriented for PhD students. This supplied with valuable feedback and validation.

Co-designed in collaboration with | Cyber Range & Capacity Building in Cybersecurity


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