XSOAR now available on Cyberbit, integrated into hands-on incident response simulation exercises
Cyberbit announced that XSOAR is now available on Cyberbit and is integrated into hands-on incident response simulation exercises.
XSOAR, from Palo Alto Networks, will be added to a growing list of market leading cybersecurity products available within the Cyberbit Skills Development Platform, including the Palo Alto Networks Next Generation Firewall, leading SIEM solutions, Endpoint Security solutions and more.
Cyberbit is the first cyber skilling platform to include SOAR as part of hands-on cyber range exercises. By training on Cyberbit, XSOAR users can now dramatically improve their readiness for attacks, by responding to real-world, simulated incidents such as ransomware attacks, in “live-fire” exercises, and using their familiar security stack.
“Cyberbit is committed to delivering a hyper-realistic cybersecurity training platform that mirrors the pressure, the attacker tactics, the network infrastructure, and the toolsets that our clients will be using during an incident.” Said Oren Aspir, Chief Technology and Product Officer at Cyberbit.
“With the addition of XSOAR we not only improve on the reality of the training experience, we also prepare our trainees for the future of cybersecurity by introducing the latest next-generation tools, ensuring they are prepared for the inevitable attack.”
“Enterprise SOCs must always be prepared for the next security event,” said Dan Sarel, VP Product Management at Palo Alto Networks. “XSOAR plays a central role, ensuring operational readiness by orchestrating and automating the right tools to mitigate an incident in a time effective manner.
“Coupled with knowledge and skills gained on Cyberbit, SOC operators will respond with a significantly higher degree of efficiency to major events. We are delighted that Cyberbit now includes XSOAR, allowing SOC Teams to train with real life scenarios so that when the next event happens they will be more ready than ever to overcome it quickly and efficiently.”