Navy chooses Resolvn to set up virtual cyber training network for military trusted computing applications

Jan. 9, 2020
Creation of the first operational network — a power plant — is phase one of the development phase, and is set to launch shortly.

LAUREL, Md. – The U.S. Navy has tapped technology startup company Resolvn Inc. in Laurel, Md., to develop new virtual cyber training networks. National Defense magazine reports. Continue reading original article

The Military & Aerospace Electronics take:

9 Jan. 2020 -- The cyber training environments will live as virtual technology on servers and will mirror existing networks to enable managers to deploy specific training scenarios on any network.

Some networks include a virtualized power plant, multiple internet service providers, a Defense Department facility and municipal buildings, according to the company.

The objective of the trusted-computing training environment is to reduce the time required to train sailors and give them realistic tools to learn offensive and defensive cyber tactics.

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