IDF uses cyber-war simulator
Days after the IDF admitted it uses cyberspace to attack its enemies, additional details were revealed Tuesday on the way soldiers are trained to defend military networks from cyber-attacks. Elbit Systems, a leading Israeli defense contractor, unveiled its new cyber-simulator, which was purchased by the IDF’s C4I Directorate. The simulator was developed specifically to train government and military personnel on how to protect critical infrastructure and sensitive computer networks. The simulator offers training to prevent cyberwarfare by simulating network protection scenarios.
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