How Your Networked Enterprise Behaves Under a Cyber Attack Using Network Digital Twins

Originally aired May 13, 2020 at 11:00 am PDT

The webinar will focus on using network digital twins to emulate the cyber resilience of both wired and wireless networks (with their unique vulnerabilities), and safely assess the way attack surfaces and defenses can affect attack propagation through networks and ultimately impact operations or missions.

The webinar will highlight some key features and benefits of using network digital twins to prepare for a cyber attack including:

  • How network digital twins offer safe, scalable, cost-effective solutions
  • Mitigating operational impacts of cyber threats such as virus propagation, malware and DDOS attacks
  • Why network planners use emulation to assess the performance of their networks under a diverse set of operation conditions

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    About the Host

    Lloyd Wihl is Director of Application Engineering at SCALABLE Network Technologies. He graduated in Engineering from McGill University, and is a recipient of the NASA achievement award. He has extensive experience in real-time simulation, and has led multi-million dollar projects in fields that include synthetic digitized battlefields, network-centric systems, cyber threat assessment, control systems for flexible robotic manipulators, air traffic management, intelligent transportation, and public safety. Mr. Wihl has published several papers on cyber warfare synthetic environments, and had the vision for, and guided development of SCALABLE’s Network Defense Trainer, which integrates cyber and kinetic domains.

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