As engineering consultants, we utilizes network tools that allow us to diagnose abnormalities and network issues and compare them to baseline network traffic.
We can use simulation testing tools on a simulated network including, but not limited to — Port scanning, IP scanning, DOS attacks, or SQL injections on databases. These attacks can be simulated from outside the network or inside the network, either by having a host computer inside the network compile source code for an attack or simulating an entity connecting to a wireless network through a hotspot. We can view the damage of the attack through the host inside the network where the cyber-attack is initiated on.
With a joint regional security stack (JRSS) , we can help to facilitate and verify security protocols that are imperative to not only ensuring information can travel freely over the joint information environment (JIE), but also implements vital security protocols for sensitive information.
Our capability also allows us to model and simulate narrowband networks, tools, and up to 5G networks. The wireless network generated traffic is then pushed into our virtualized core network model. Thus, creating the cyber range in preparation for cyber event attacks.