Cyber War Games and the Role of the Purple Team

January 18, 2019

With the continuous emergence of new cybersecurity threats, organizations across all industries are striving to modernize their defenses and bolster cyber resiliency. One of the leading research firms Cybersecurity Ventures forecasts that cyber crime damage will cost the world $6 trillion annually by 2021, doubling from $3 trillion in 20151. Organizations can no longer ignore and reject the risks associated with cybercrime – the potential tangible and intangible damages are too high. Consequently, they must follow a variety of cybersecurity best practices including: implementing and updating related policies and procedures, assessing and remediating vulnerabilities nearly continuously, training information security (InfoSec) employees, and promoting organizational cyber awareness to safeguard assets and systems.

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Networking For Future, Inc. (NFF) is a DC based IT firm focused on addressing business challenges with productive IT solutions and services, bridging the gap between traditional networking and emerging technologies. NFF provides the latest Technologies as well as IT Staff Augmentation services. Since 1996 NFF has offered hardware/software, equipment, licenses, planning and design, and deployment pertaining to the following areas: Network Infrastructure, Data Center and Cloud, IT Security, Collaboration and Mobility, Emerging Technologies, and Staff Augmentation.

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