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Six Free Tools for Creating a Cyber Simulator

Six Free Tools for Creating a Cyber Simulator

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Joseph Mayes

It can be hard for developers of cybersecurity training to create realistic simulations and training exercises when trainees are operating in closed (often classified) environments with no ability to connect to the Internet. To address this challenge, the CERT Workforce Development (CWD) Team recently released a suite of open-source and freely available tools for use in creating realistic Internet simulations for cybersecurity training and other purposes. The tools improve the realism, efficiency, and cost effectiveness...

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IPV6 Adoption:  Is your ISP ready to support IPv6?

IPV6 Adoption: Is your ISP ready to support IPv6?

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Joseph Mayes

If you're considering migrating to IPv6, you may be asking, Am I ready? That's a good question to ask, but you also have to ask, Is my ISP ready? If your Internet service provider (ISP) isn't ready for an IPv6 migration, you may have external web sites that won't load, problems receiving email, and many other issues. This post is the latest in a series examining issues, challenges, and best practices when transitioning from IPv4...

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IPv6 Adoption: 4 Questions and Answers

IPv6 Adoption: 4 Questions and Answers

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Joseph Mayes

IPv6 deployment is on the rise. Google reported that as of July 14 2018, 23.94 percent of users accessed its site via IPv6, up 6.16 percent from that same date in 2017. Drafted in 1998 and an Internet Standard as of July 2017, Internet Protocol 6 (IPv6) is intended to replace IPv4 in assigning devices on the internet a unique identity. Plans for IPv6 got underway after it was realized that IPv4's cap of 4.3...

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