UCalgary, Raytheon, ENFOCOM open CATE Centre

The University of Calgary, Raytheon Canada, and ENFOCOM Corporation have partnered to open the Canadian Cyber Assessment, Training and Experimentation (CATE) Centre. The CATE Centre will house a variety of cutting-edge technology such as a highly automated cyber range and modular, scalable architecture that can simulate real-world cybersecurity challenges. Students will be able to use the facility to develop their cybersecurity skills, assess cyber solutions, and experiment with cyber resiliency concepts. “Students can enact a variety of curriculum-based scenarios to prepare, simulate, detect, analyze, contain, eradicate and recover from realistic cyberattacks,” said UCalgary dean of the Faculty of Science Dr Kristin Baetz. Students will begin to use the cyber range starting in 2022. UCalgary Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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