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FS-ISAC Cyber-Range Exercise Invitation

Deadline to Participate is Aug.18th


Your institution is invited to participate in the virtual one-day
Cloud Leak Cyber-Range Exercise with your peers in the Midwest on August 18, 2020.

Over the last couple years almost 800 firms have taken part in FS-ISAC’s hands-on, live-fire, cyber-attacks against a realistic financial institution network and given the program excellent reviews for content, structure, and delivery. Exercise participants are tasked with detecting, responding to and defending against an adversary’s campaign that incorporates the latest behaviors from the ATT&CK framework. Experts will be on-site to answer questions and explain the scenario. To maximize the learning experience and engagement, the exercise is limited to 30 participants and organized into 5 to 6 teams based on complimentary skill levels. 

: Test your mettle against a Cloud Leak scenario in a realistic, financial institution-like environment.
Download The Cyber Range Exercise Cloud Leak 2020 Objectives

: Skill levels vary; however, some network defender experience is required. Please see the attached Cloud Leak Cyber-Range Exercise description for more information.

August 18, 2020, from 9:00am to 4:00pm CDT. Participants are required to pre-test their access to the browser-based VDI portal through which the event will be conducted, and a week prior to the event they will be sent their credentials to access the environment and orientation materials.

: This is a virtual event.

: $995 per person for FS-ISAC members; $1,295 for FS-ISAC non-members.

Register today to reserve your spot! Seats are limited and fill up quickly, so register ASAP!

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Thank You
FS-ISAC Exercises Team


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