Art Conklin, professor of Computer Information Systems and Information System Security says, “It will become a major part of our curriculum going forward, The whole problem-solving aspect is difficult to simulate in class. This game allows us to do that.”
ThreatGEN announced the upcoming release date for the version 1.4 release, a major “game changing” update, of their ThreatGEN® Red vs. Blue gamulation – the world’s first online, player vs. player, computer game designed to teach real-world security.
On February 19, 2020, Clint Bodungen of ThreatGEN was interviewed on the Archer News Network, an interview focusing on the new details on a pipeline ransomware attack.
CyberCon, a CISO summit and cybersecurity workforce development conference for industrial utility, announced today it has partnered with industrial cybersecurity services and training firm, ThreatGEN. Clint Bodungen, ThreatGEN co-founder and lead author of Hacking Exposed: Industrial Control Systems, will serve as CyberCon’s industrial cybersecurity content advisor. CyberCon 2020, scheduled for March 30 – April 1 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif., is the must-attend, solutions-based cybersecurity conference series for leaders, decision makers and executives in the power and utilities industry, as well as those new to, or interested in a career in industrial cybersecurity.
ThreatGEN, a cybersecurity training and services company based in Houston, TX, announced today the release of the world’s first online multiplayer computer game designed to teach cybersecurity.
Pascal Ackerman reviews some fundamental ICS Cybersecurity. A never ending battle in an ever changing landscape – start from the bottom up with a security-minded and security friendly design of the ICS network architecture.
Pascal Ackerman goes into more depth from a LinkedIn article on a new malware campaign that was uncovered, targeting ICS companies in the US utilities industry.
ThreatGEN welcomes Pascal Ackerman with his first article on our website as our principal threat analyst. Articles will ensue with a technical flare, especially the elephant in the room today – data breaches.