Purchase Options

The IR Tabletop Exercise (self-serve) Module is available as an extension to the Businesses & Organizations subscription. Purchase includes 1 year access to the IR Tabletop Exercise Module (self-serve), materials, guided video lectures, and an instructional course on how to conduct an IR tabletop exercise using Red vs. Blue.

Features & Benefits

IR exercises are a critical part of operational and incident preparedness. The only way to be your personnel will perform effectively is through practice and exercises. Exercises also expose potential flaws in your procedures. ThreatGEN® Red vs. Blue uses game-based cybersecurity simulations to create a much more immersive, interactive, and quite frankly, a more entertaining training experience. Our Active Adversary Simulation™ technology provides organizations with a much more realistic training experience, as your team works against as an active threat attempts to counter your team’s every move as the exercise unfolds. ThreatGEN® Red vs. Blue allows facilitators to spend less time planning and managing exercise scenarios and logistics, and spend more time on what’s important… educating and training your team!

  • Interactive, visual environment – No more paper, slides, or spreadsheets

  • IR tabletop exercise “in a box” – Choose your network environment, choose your scenario, and let the computer AI do the rest!

  • Multiple built-in scenarios and “injects”

  • Easy to use – Point and click, pre-defined actions

  • Easy to facilitate – Scenarios, rules, and mechanics are managed and enforced by the game engine

  • “Facilitator-less”, active adversary mode – Play against the computer “AI” for a fully automated exercise, without the need for a facilitator

  • Guided IR tabletop exercise – Guided exercise with accompanying on demand video

  • Performance scoring, metrics, and analytics

  • Customization available – We can customize scenarios and network environments to meet your specific needs

ThreatGEN® Red vs. Blue IR Tabletop Exercise

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