The inaugural cyber security training course was conducted today at ASTRI’s Cyber Range Laboratory opened a month ago. The 4-day training course from 30 August to 2 September is well-structured to provide comprehensive and professional cyber security training to participants from the Hong Kong Police Force.
ASTRI’s CEO Dr. Frank Tong said, “The Cyber Range Laboratory is equipped with advanced cyber attack and defence training management systems, as well as systems that can simulate tens of thousands of cyber attacks and hundreds of thousands of malicious software samples. This is the first time training of this nature is made available for cyber security practitioners.”
Last row from the left: Chief Inspector of Police Mr. Lewis Tse, Senior Police Constable Mr. Chow Chi-chung, Superintendent of Police Dr. Frank Law, Senior Superintendent of Police Mr. Anthony Tsang, Station Sergeant Mr. Leung Siu-loen, and ASTRI’s Senior Engineer Mr. Chris Chan.
Participants of the first training course of Cyber Range Laboratory.
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