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Monday, June 3 • 9:30am - 2:30pm
Cyber Simulator Showcase

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The Cyber Simulator Showcase is a live event that will take place on June 3. At this event, our team of researchers and engineers from the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) will discuss and demonstrate the solutions we developed to help achieve a new level of realism in simulated cyber environments. Our solutions can help improve the performance of your organization’s cybersecurity operators and teams. Come to the Cyber Simulator Showcase to see how the tools work, and take home software you can use.
A special, classified briefing is available to appropriately cleared personnel on the morning of the event. If you’re interested in attending, select the check box on the RSVP/registration form to receive more information.
Who should attend?Anyone with a need to build and deploy off-line cybersecurity environmentsto conduct
  • test and evaluation projects
  • group and individual hands-on cyber actvities
  • cyber-forensics drills and competitions
  • a safe space to work with malware
  • other uses of realitic simulated organization connected to a functional (but simulated) Internet
To see more information about our tools ahead of the Showcase, visit our web page.
Cyber Simulator Showcase Agenda7:00 a.m.: Building opens
8:00 a.m.: Classified briefing registration begins
8:15 a.m.: Classified briefing begins in SCIF
8:30 a.m.: General event registration begins
9:15 a.m.: SCI briefing ends
9:30 a.m.: Showcase general session opens
Demonstrations of the following six open source software components (the sequence below is tentative):
  • GreyBox—a simulated Internet backbone
  • TopGen—500-plus Internet servers with functional web, email chat, ecommerce, and other sites
  • GHOSTS—a non-player-character user and traffic simulator
  • vTunnel—a system-wide, “back channel,” communication function to control management and to monitor traffic that operates the environment but is invisible to participants
  • WELLE-D—a wireless simulation that supports 802.11 frames through wired connections
  • TopoMojo—an on-demand environment build and deploy tool
12:00 p.m.: Lunch break with informal “meet the engineer” sessions on tools
1:00 p.m.: Demonstrations continue: how the tools work together to create an environment
2:30 p.m.: Showcase ends


Monday June 3, 2019 9:30am - 2:30pm EDT
NRECA Building 1st Floor Conference Center; 4301 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA 22203

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