Several Estonian companies have created a vast suite of cyber ranges and exercises to train employees in all kinds of organisations. Regular workers in all sectors require cyberhygiene training to strengthen the resilience of their organisation, while IT and cybersecurity specialists can practice defending their servers against malicious attackers. Last but not least, C-level managers can hone their decision-making skills and test how their organisation behaves under attack – a valuable asset to make sure you are ready for an actual attack.
Digital resilience and cyberhygiene are undoubtedly two topics that will play a much bigger role in the area of youth and adult education alike, so it’s worth preparing for it already today.
To name one organisation, CR14 (Cyber Range 14) is a foundation established by Estonian Ministry of Defence, whose responsibility is to offer and develop cybersecurity training. They serve both domestic and international partners:
- Estonian Cyber Range (Estonian Government and other public sector organisations)
- NATO Cyber Range (NATO member states)
- Open Cyber Range (companies, startups, the entire private sector; OCR will be also implemented on NATO innovation and startup programs)
- Classified Cyber Range