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Baltimore Cyber Range and Cyberbit Open New Cybersecurity Training and Simulation Center

03 August 2017

Facility will address cybersecurity skills gap in the region, leveraging simulation training to equip cybersecurity professionals with the skills required to combat todays threats

BALTIMORE, MD (August 3rd, 2017) Baltimore Cyber Range LLC. and Cyberbit Ltd., the worlds leading provider of cybersecurity training and simulation platforms, today announced the opening of the new Baltimore Cyber Range (BCR) cybersecurity training and simulation center in Baltimore, MD. Powered by the Cyberbit Range platform, this hands-on cybersecurity training center will provide simulation training for cybersecurity professionals in protecting national assets and infrastructure against cyberattacks. The opening comes 10 months after the project was announced during Maryland Governor Larry Hogans trade mission to Israel in September 2016.

I am very pleased to celebrate the opening of Baltimore Cyber Range. With our skilled workforce, world-class academic community, and proximity to the federal government, Maryland has truly become the cyber capital of the world, said Governor Hogan. This state-of-art center will help ensure that even more Marylanders are fully trained and prepared to meet the demands of 21st century jobs.

Labor statistics highlight a critical shortage of capable IT and cybersecurity professionals. Data shows that more than 200,000 U.S. cybersecurity jobs are currently unfilled and the shortage is projected to grow to more than 1.5 million unfilled positions by 2019. This shortage presents a workforce issue for Maryland employers and Governments and creates employment opportunities for Maryland residents possessing appropriate cybersecurity skills.

The BCR represents a significant advancement in cyber training technology, a state-of-the-art cybersecurity training center. Leveraging the Cyberbit Range platform, the BCR facility allows cybersecurity practitioners the opportunity to experience the latest real-world cyber threats in a controlled and sequestered environment to improve their hands-on skills. The range, which can simulate large-scale virtual networks and attacks based on real-world incidents, can also pinpoint system vulnerabilities and help users develop countermeasures and improved protocols for dealing with cyber-attacks on critical network systems. As a result, cybersecurity practitioners benefit from receiving real-time training for threat detection, and the response process, enabling them to dramatically improve the performance of all security and SOC teams. Individuals will also benefit from the opportunity to accelerate their security certifications.

Working with Cyberbit and Governor Hogans administration to bring this new cyber training technology to Maryland has been an unbelievable opportunity, said Michael Doyle, President of Baltimore Cyber Range. The range has demonstrated the potential to dramatically improve the skills and experience of those working to protect our national IT infrastructure. It also represents a key element of our ongoing efforts to provide the Maryland workforce the skills and knowledge required to address the skilled cybersecurity workforce shortage.

We congratulate the Baltimore Cyber Range and the State of Maryland for opening the new training and simulation facility today, said Adi Dar, CEO of Cyberbit. We see a rapidly-growing need for hands-on cybersecurity training in private and public-sector organizations worldwide, and are excited to see the Baltimore Range pioneering this activity in Maryland.

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About the Baltimore Cyber Range

The Baltimore Cyber Range is located in the SPARK building at the Power Plant Live square in downtown Baltimore. The facility is part of the new Intrusion Countermeasures Education and Training (ICE-T) Consortium, formed by Electronic Technology Associates, llc of Baltimore to provide Maryland residents the skills and training required to obtain an initial IT position and or significantly enhance the skill set of the existing Maryland IT / Cyber workforce. The consortium includes nine private and three public companies. Centrally located in Baltimore close to the federal governments cyber-related activities in Washington, D.C., at Fort Meade, Md., and at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. the Baltimore Cyber Range offers cybersecurity professionals the convenience of training with the most current cyber warfare strategies, close to home. To learn more about the facility, please visit: or email

About Cyberbit

Created to protect the most high-risk organizations in the world, Cyberbit secures enterprises and critical infrastructure against advanced cyberthreats. The companys battle-hardened cybersecurity solutions detect, analyze and respond to the most advanced, complex and targeted threats across IT and OT (operational technology) networks. Cyberbit employs a diverse team from both the public and private sector, including researchers, mathematicians, former CISOs and SOC managers, as well as seasoned veterans of the intelligence and military communities. With offices in Texas, Singapore, Munich and Israel, and presence worldwide, Cyberbit is a subsidiary of Elbit Systems Ltd. (NASDAQ: ESLT and TASE: ESLT). To learn more about how Cyberbit maximizes protection against todays signature-less threats, visit

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