It’s official! The long awaited [ThreatGEN® Red vs. Blue] 1.4 update has been released! This updated has tons of new features and visual enhancements that increase the player experience and overall depth of the game.
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.
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.