The Minister of Defense participated in the launch of the “Cyber Range” platform intended to develop skills in order to respond quickly in the event of a cyber attack.
François Bausch launched this Wednesday, October 20, the Luxembourg platform for training in cyberattacks called “Cyber Range”. This should allow teams responsible for information technology infrastructure security to develop skills to respond quickly in the event of an attack. This platform offering simulations of the latter. As listed in the press release sent by the Defense Directorate, “Cyber Range” will also develop “conduct digital legal investigations, protect computer networks, test the hardening of systems and also model types of threats. “
“Cyber Range” is hosted and maintained by the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA), within its secure data centers in Luxembourg. It could be made available to Luxembourg’s partners and to international organizations such as NATO and the EU.
In order to secure computer systems and intercept these attacks, the state needs seasoned experts with state-of-the-art training and know-how. In order to achieve this goal, an installation like the Cyber Range is essential. »Emphasized François Bausch.