RangeForce Partners with New York University to Provide Hands-on Training Environment for Cybersecurity Master’s Candidates
NYU Tandon School of Engineering Students will Use the RangeForce Interactive CyberSkills Training Platform to Acquire Security Skills via Real-World Simulations
RangeForce, the company that is revolutionizing cybersecurity training, announced a partnership with New York University Tandon School of Engineering’s prestigious Cyber Fellows program to help Master’s candidates gain advanced cyber security skills using the RangeForce Interactive CyberSkills Training Platform. Students will have access to more than 400 RangeForce learning modules and participate in a RangeForce BattleFortress Purple Team exercise on January 21st that will serve as a group capstone for their individually learned skills.
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NYU is leading the way to equip students with real world skills for careers in cybersecurity by offering a progressive curriculum that covers strategies as well as hands-on training. This partnership will enable students to use leading security tools from Splunk, Recorded Future and Carbon Black within the RangeForce platform to learn how to defend against and respond to simulated cybersecurity threats.
“When NYU Cyber Fellows earn an NYU Cybersecurity Industry Partner badge, they gain real-world industry experience as they work towards their master’s degree,” said Professor Aspen Olmsted, Adjunct Faculty Member of NYU Tandon’s Cybersecurity Program. “This partnership will enable our students to learn practical skills via interactive training and simulations like they would on the job. By having access to the RangeForce platform our candidates can gain the expertise they need to immediately qualify for excellent job opportunities when they graduate.”
“NYU’s cyber fellows will go on to become the next wave of cybersecurity leaders,” said Gordon Lawson, President of RangeForce. “RangeForce is honored to partner with the university to provide students with a real-world, hands-on learning environment that will allow them to build muscle memory through realistic scenarios and be ready to step into a multitude of cyber defender roles when they complete the NYU Cyber Fellows program.”
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