25–27 November 2019
CybExer Technologies, Tallinn
CYBER CoRe comes back to Tallinn! EY and CybExer Technologies will organize the second CYBER CoRe (Cooperative Resilience) event of the Tallinn office of CybExer from Monday 25th until Wednesday 27th of November 2019. During this 3-day event participating blue teams can put their skills into use in practical live-fire exercise of defending a full-scale IT Infrastructure against red team cyberattacks.
Focusing on critical information infrastructure protection, the CYBER CoRe event is an excellent opportunity for your IT security team to test their methodology and skills of mitigation, detection and response to high frequency cyberattacks that will be launched on their IT infrastructure.
Participating blue teams can represent single organisations or can be comprised of members from different agencies and companies. Blue teams compete against each other to keep their systems protected against attacks performed by a real-life red team, and test their capabilities under the pressure of a continuous flow of attacks and real-life based scenarios. This gives participants a direct way to test and develop your skills in handling real-life cyberattack by means of Identification, Protection, Detection, Response, Recovery and Reporting.
The exercise will be conducted on CybExer Cyber Range Platform, which offers extensive customisations and simulations. Real-time reporting and visualisations guarantee instant feedback and analytical capabilities for participants and observers.
Day 0: 25th November 2019
Day 1: 26 November 2019<
Day 2: 27 November 2019
The target audience is exclusively technical staff being involved in technical IT-security or cyber defence. To be successful in the exercise, the team should have knowledge and experiences in the following areas:
• TCP/IP networking: knowledge of common network protocols, services and technologies like DNS, NTP, DHCP, HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP, POP3, IMAP, SSH, FTP, VoIP, at least basic knowledge about IPv6
• Administration of and securing Windows and Linux based systems. Some examples: Windows domain and Active Directory, workstations and servers based on different Windows versions, Linux servers running on Ubuntu and Debian distribution, Firewalls based on OPNsense or iptables, proxy servers, VMware vSphere virtualization platform, Administration of network devices, Programming skills in high-level language.
Monitoring, detecting, analyzing, reporting, resolving, security incidents
The event is now sold out. Registration closed.