In recent years, cyber-attacks targeting large and small organisations, critical infrastructures and public-sector organisations have evolved faster than ever with cybercriminals developing and boosting their attacks at an alarming pace. This context has been driving a rapidly growing need for well-trained cybersecurity professionals.
SPIDER participates in the Cyber-range project group, a cluster of 3 EU H2020 research projects (CONCORDIA, SPIDER and FORESIGHT) which are addressing this growing challenge offering innovative forms of training and greater usage of online tools such as cyber ranges. The project group has come together under the umbrella of the Horizon Results Booster programme (HRB) of the European Commission to jointly disseminate results that help tackle key challenges in the cybersecurity training sector.
As part of our joint activities, the group has recently published a joint Policy Brief, entitled “Cyber Ranges for a Resilient Europe”. The purpose of the report is to highlight the challenges and provide a set of recommendations.
You may read it online or download it by clicking on the image, or by visiting our dedicated section for publications at https://spider-h2020.eu/publications/#Others