Thales has inaugurated a Cyberlab that allows the networks and information systems of businesses and public bodies to be prepared for cyberattacks.
Also the centre is useful to educate students and enhance the training of cybersecurity specialists, the company announced Thursday.
The Tubize Cyberlab is part of the total offer of information system security of Thales. With this new Cyberlab, Thales can reproduce the information networks of an organisation to test its resistance to the latest forms of cyberattacks.
The platform offers three applications. One is validation of the level of security of the information system architectures and data of our clients. Another is training of cybersecurity specialists in an environment representative of real systems.
Third is support for Belgian businesses in developing products incorporating cybersecurity in their design (“secure by design”) and submitting them to the most demanding tests of cybersecurity.
Furthermore, this platform will contribute to the research and development activities of Thales in cybersecurity in Belgium.
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