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Regent U. to build state-of-the-art cybersecurity training facility

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Regent University in Virginia Beach, Va., will be building a state-of-the-art cyber range training facility dedicated to equipping the next generation of cybersecurity professionals in the industry, government, military and academia.

As one of only a few stand-alone cyber range facilities at a university, and perhaps the only one in the nation at a private university, The Regent Cyber Range will open on Q4 2017 and will offer hands-on training programs where students will acquire the highest level of skills needed for careers in cybersecurity. Regent’s Cyber Range will also be a leading-edge training hub for enterprises, consultancies, government and military organizations, offering several certificate programs at all levels.

According to industry reports, cybersecurity is one of the fastest growing career fields, with demand expected to rise to 6 million jobs globally in 2019 and a projected shortfall of employees for 1.5 million job openings. Median pay for an entry-level position for people with a bachelor’s degree is currently $88,890, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, with the highest 10 percent of cybersecurity professionals earning more than $140,000.

“A severe skill shortage exists in the workforce, while at the same time the threats to our country’s security grow ever more sophisticated,” said Regent’s Chancellor and CEO, Dr. M.G. “Pat” Robertson. “Regent’s new training center will address the nation’s need for thousands of additional cybersecurity experts to defend government and commercial networks from cyber attacks.”

Regent will utilize the Cyberbit Range platform created by Cyberbit Ltd., the world’s leading provider of cybersecurity training and simulation platforms. It offers a realistic training experience where trainees are exposed to various attack scenarios and security breaches to improve their hands-on skills. The range can simulate large-scale virtual networks and attacks based on real-world incidents, and can also pinpoint system vulnerabilities and help users develop countermeasures and improved protocols for dealing with cyber attacks on critical network systems. The platform offers numerous security tools and systems, including risk assessment tools, monitoring systems, security information and event management systems, forensic tools and supporting databases, as well as other network, security and cyber components.

“Regent will be among the first in Christian higher education, and one of the few colleges and universities nationwide, to offer hands-on cybersecurity training,” said Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riaño, executive vice president for academic affairs. “This facility will allow Regent to offer complex, system-level training at the highest level, and graduates will emerge with hands-on testing and training that is unmatched in higher education. We’ve found the Cyberbit Range platform to deliver the highest level of training experience that will enable us to achieve our goals, coupled with the unparalleled support of the Cyberbit team.”

“We are excited to partner with Regent University to build their new training facility based on the Cyberbit Range,” said Adi Dar, CEO, of Cyberbit Ltd. “This training program firmly positions Regentas a leader in cybersecurity training in America today, not only for its students at the graduate and undergraduate levels, but also as a destination for businesses, government and military organizations.”

Currently, Regent University offers a Master of Science in Cybersecurity, as well as undergraduate degrees in Information Systems Technology, Computer Science, Cyber & Digital Forensics and Cybersecurity.

Early next year, Regent will also host a Cyber Summit (Spring, 2018) featuring industry and government leaders to discuss innovation and future cybersecurity risks. Details will be announced soon.