Where cyber range and digital twins meet

Through a flexible cyber range-as-a-service approach, Leidos’ CastleClone leverages secure replicas to enhance cyber readiness.

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In the wake of the SolarWinds attack, public and private sector security leaders scrambled to protect their organizations. As cyber response teams sorted through red flags and fallout details specific to the affected organizations, they faced a monumental task. 

“I was running a response center during SolarWinds, and there were a lot of hours spent dealing with that and Log4j,” says Scott Atchison, now a homeland security solutions architect at Leidos. “Half of it was spent trying to figure out somebody else’s problem, then trying to find a way to apply that to my environment, and come up with alerts that were high enough fidelity that we could actually move the needle.” 

What if, instead, security operations teams could simulate a specific threat in their own environment and observe the impact without harming the environment? Enter CastleClone, Leidos’ innovative cyber range solution that helps organizations test and strengthen their cybersecurity posture while reducing technical complications and risk.

CastleClone enables organizations to create digital twins of their environments and networks. These clones can be used for everything from penetration testing and malware analysis to training employees and new product assessments, all tailored to the organization’s unique needs.

To learn more about how Leidos' CastleClone is leveraging cutting-edge technologies to upgrade cyber ranges, download this PDF

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