Microsoft and Israel Aerospace to Collaborate on Cyber Training

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  • 07:07 AM, August 13, 2021
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Microsoft and Israel Aerospace to Collaborate on Cyber Training

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) will give governments, academies, higher learning institutes and enterprises an opportunity to learn how to defend themselves from cyber threats through Microsoft’s Azure cloud computing service platform.

The TAME RANGE cyber training platform creates a realistic, interactive learning environment simulating real attacks, for training purposes. During the training, trainees’ performance and responses are monitored for feedback and improvement. The training platform also serves as infrastructure for experiments and a testing ground for new technologies and innovative concepts regarding resilience in the face of the ever growing and evolving cyber attacks.

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IAI's ELTA Systems, has signed several agreements to establish cyber academies in different countries around the world, including utilizing the IAI’s simulator/cyber training platform TAME RANGE as a hands-on platform for effective cyber training.

Microsoft’s Azure cloud computing platform is the world’s largest and most secure cloud computing service. Azure contains diverse solutions, infrastructure and services (Saas, PaaS and Iaas), serving as a technological basis for organizations, such as data analysis, computing, storage, networking, artificial intelligence, IoT and more. The Azure cloud serves an important purpose as an engine of innovation for global industries, such as: manufacturing, agriculture, banking, healthcare, education and more. Microsoft’s Azure infrastructure is accessible from over 60 locations worldwide. It is available in 140 countries and incorporates a comprehensive package of cloud services for organizations, governments, and industries of all sizes.

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