State of Wisconsin officials have taken classes through the Michigan Cyber Range, which teaches computer network professionals to detect, prevent and mitigate cyber attacks in real-world settings. This spring, they will engage in exercises where one team launches an attack on a system while another team defends it.
“It’s like a war game. You have to think like the enemy to predict where the enemy is going,” said Jack Heinemann, director of the Wisconsin Security Research Consortium, a nonprofit organization that seeks science and technology solutions for national Homeland Security requirements.
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