businesswire | January 14, 2020
RangeForce, the organization that is upsetting network safety preparing, today reported an association with the International Consortium of Minority Cyber Professionals (ICMCP) to help minority online protection understudies and experts advance their vocations.
The coalition makes the RangeForce Interactive CyberSkills Training Platform and its in excess of 400 learning modules available with ease to ICMCP individuals so they can gain new certifiable security abilities all the more rapidly and without any problem. The RangeForce stage empowers clients to utilize driving security instruments from Splunk, Recorded Future, Carbon Black and others to figure out how to protect against and react to mimicked network safety dangers.
“The current shortage of cyber security professionals is a classic chicken and egg scenario,” said ICMCP President Larry Whiteside. “Without training we can’t fill open positions, yet many future professionals can’t access the resources to acquire the skills employers want. Our partnership with RangeForce enables our members to eliminate this roadblock.”
“RangeForce believes deeply in the power of education to transform lives,” said Gordon Lawson, President of RangeForce. “We are honored to partner with ICMCP and help support its mission to foster diversity within the cyber security community by providing members with affordable access to our industry-recognized self-directed training platform.”
ICMCP tries to make enduring and commonly remunerating proficient systems administration and learning openings for network protection experts going about as guides or protégés. The associations' projects and occupation board encourage enrollment, incorporation and maintenance, and bring issues to light and improve value for minorities in network protection.
The International Consortium of Minority Cyber Professionals (ICMCP) was created as a 501(c)3 non-profit association dedicated to the academic and professional success of minority cybersecurity students and professionals. Our mission is to achieve the consistent representation of women and minorities in the cybersecurity industry through programs designed to foster recruitment, inclusion and retention – one person at a time. The ICMCP tackles the ‘great cyber divide’ with scholarship opportunities, diverse workforce development, innovative outreach, and mentoring programs.
RangeForce makes creating highly skilled cybersecurity defenders simple, flexible, and fast for all enterprises. Powered by the industry’s first SaaS-based, integrated cybersecurity simulation and virtual cyber range, we help customers operationalize a security training program in hours, saving up to 65% over traditional training and up to $1M annually on hosted cyber ranges. RangeForce is revolutionizing cybersecurity training with its adaptive learning to rapidly train and cross-train DevOps, IT, and security professionals, while integrating best-of-breed solutions from a growing ecosystem of RangeForce partners.
Transmosis | July 09, 2021
Transmosis, a cybersecurity workforce developer, has today declared $500,000 of extended digital risk inclusion and worldwide development of its endeavor grade online security-as-a-service, transmosis ONE. Intended for the profoundly weak private company area and far-off workplace, transmosis ONE (previously CyberOPS) will presently be accessible to broad accomplice networks in New Zealand, Canada, Australia, and South America through essential wholesalers.
Viewed by specialists as the most complete and wholly outsourced small company and cybersecurity solution for work-from-home available today, transmosis ONE gives essential assurance and digital risk inclusion, all included in the monthly membership. Conveyed in minutes, the ground-breaking service removes lengthy approval processes and complicated setup, empowering private companies to get to the world's first-class cybersecurity technology without marking six-figure multi-year contracts.
The military-grade cybersecurity platform of Transmosis ONE combines an Artificial Intelligence-powered Extended Detection and Response platform (XDR) with a 24/7 live virtual Security Operations Center (vSOC) utilizing U.S.-based security experts to screen and proactively remove cyber-attacks from susceptible customer endpoints. In addition, its next-generation technology is thoroughly combined with $500,000 of cyber obligation coverage, the only small business cyber security-as-a-service that confirms full compliance and rapid compensations.
Transmosis CEO Chase Norlin said they are excited to offer their exclusive service to global networks, filling this severe need with classy cybersecurity naturally reserved for companies with huge budgets to secure their devices and files.
Nationally recognized cybersecurity workforce developer, Transmosis, was founded in Silicon Valley, enabling American workers to develop new careers in the rapidly growing information security industry. In addition, Transmosis's proprietary virtual cybersecurity security analyst training model serves as the foundation of transmosis ONE, a Fortune 5000 cybersecurity platform designed to protect small businesses from cyber attacks.
The Bellwether Group | October 28, 2021
Timed to coincide with the new U.S. focus on cyber security in the critical infrastructure, The Bellwether Group introduces VAULT Systems, a custom hardware and intelligent software platform capable of visualizing data and detecting, defending and mitigating cyber threats to critical national infrastructure.
The announcement coincides with the July 28, 2021, National Security Memorandum issued from the White House that targets cybersecurity threats as "the most significant and growing issues confronting our Nation."
"The Memorandum establishes a voluntary initiative intended to drive collaboration between the federal government and the critical infrastructure community to improve the cybersecurity of control systems. VAULT Systems can help the critical infrastructure community improve their cybersecurity posture,Critical infrastructure includes electric, water, oil and natural gas, transportation, food and beverage distribution, as well as interconnected systems such as maritime and port operations, air traffic control, and dams.
The Bellwether Group CEO and founder Tim Teal
"We are launching VAULT Systems custom hardware and intelligent software platform, specifically designed to decipher, monitor and protect critical infrastructure," said Teal. The new VAULT Systems leverages best-in-class ICS (Incident Command System) and SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) equipment data collection and visualization tools from IoT International, as well as custom cyber network defense and forensics analytics developed by The Bellwether Group, Inc. This combination will enable operators to monitor equipment, and identify and actively deter cyber threats in real time.
Teal recently retired from the U.S. Cyber Command as the Director of J6/J8/J9 of the Cyber National Mission Force at US Cybercommand. He was also a founding member of the National Security Agency's "Hunt Mission," which deployed tactical tools and capabilities to detect and eradicate network adversaries across the Department of Defense. This background and knowledge of cyber operations and defense enables The Bellwether Group to add unparalleled tools and capabilities to protect critical infrastructure.
About The Bellwether Group
Founded two years ago by U.S. cybersecurity expert, Tim Teal, the Bellwether Group is a veteran-owned and operated small business in Maryland. In addition to VAULT Systems, The Bellwether Group also has a custom hardware and software product line called Vimana™. The Vimana™ platforms are designed to support cyber operations globally through advanced artificial intelligence situational awareness software and state of the art cyber tools.