Companies in South Australia now have a safe virtual environment to practice handling real-world cyber warfare scenarios and access to world-class training, technologies and talent with the opening of the largest commercial cyber range in Australia.
The state government has invested $10 million in the not-for-profit centre, which is the first of its kind in Australia and is bringing together cyber security education, businesses and organisations.
A3C chair Kim Scott said the collaboration and training offered by the Cyber Test Range would further cement A3C had as the hub of cyber security and South Australia as a national leader in the sector.
“The A3C enables South Australia to become the safest place to conduct business through bringing global expertise and best practice to Australia, connecting with the brightest minds from academia and small to medium sized businesses,” Mr Scott said.
A3C continues to seek new partnerships and collaboration to solve global cyber challenges and create opportunities.