Spain’s Indra plans to upgrade its military cyber range in the coming years, with a focus on virtualisation capabilities, the company has told Jane’s .
Indra’s cyber range was designed to train users in military environments. The company recently completed a programme with Spain’s Joint Cyber-Defence Command alongside armies from several Latin American countries. This had a number of facets, from collaborative cyber exercises to advanced training in forensic analysis techniques.
The cyber range has various uses, from conducting specialised e-learning courses in cyber defence to training and rehearsal, said Luis García, head of cyber defence for Indra. The range is used to evaluate cyber force capabilities and assess talent, he said, and includes a ‘competition field’ to evaluate individuals or teams and organise ‘capture the flag’ events.
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