Cyber Range Solutions: Market Landscape

Cyber ranges are changing the landscape of cybersecurity education.

Cyber ranges create risk-free training spaces for trial and error where cybersecurity personnel can gain essential skills and confidence to defend against hackers, malicious insiders, and ransomware operators. The effectiveness of cyber ranges has driven adoption in core cybersecurity curricula by hundreds of universities and technical colleges globally. Cyber ranges come in various forms.

This report examines the state of the cyber range market and serves as a primer for CISOs looking for cyber range solutions to enhance the training of their cybersecurity staff. It is based on a data set of 58 cyber range solution vendors from September 2023 through January 2024.

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This report mentions Accenture, Ad hoc Research LLC, Airbus Defence and Space, AMOSSYS (Almond), Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT), Basque Digital Innovation Hub (BDIH), Black Hills Information Security, By Light, Camber Corporation, Carnegie Mellon University, CDeX, CipherTechs LLC, Circadence, CloudShare, CR14, Cyber Range Development SRL, Cyber Range Solutions Inc., Cyber Warfare Range LLC, Cyberbit, CyberCENTS, CyberMaxx Inc., Cybersecurity National Lab, CybExer Technologies, Cy4gate, Cympire, CYS4, DIATEAM, EC-Council, Elbit Systems, European Cyber Security Organization, Hack the Box Ltd., hackrocks, HyperQube, Israel Aerospace Industries, IBM Security, Immersive Labs, Jyväskylä Security Technology, KBR, Keysight Technologies, Leonardo Company, ManTech International Corporation, Metova, Michigan Cyber Range, Munster Technological University, National Cyber Range, National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Nortal Group, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Palo Alto Networks, PCCW, Quali, RangeForce, Raytheon Technologies Corp, RHEA Group, Rochester Institute of Technology, SANS Institute, SimSpace Corporation, Snap Labs, Surfilter Network Technology Co. Ltd., Talgen Cybersecurity, Tech Data Corporation, Technical Systems Integrators Inc., ThreatLocker, TryHackMe, U.S. Cyber Range of Virginia Tech, University of Illinois, WithSecure, and Xtreme Solutions.

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