Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has entered into a collaboration agreement with Bosnia and Herzegovina to open an online cyber academy, the company announced on 30 September.

Under the agreement, signed with the Bosnian Minister of Education and Science, the cyber experts of IAI’s ELTA Group and its Singapore subsidiary, Custodio Technologies, will provide remote online training on TAME Range, IAI’s cyber simulator and trainer. TAME Range is a unique platform that simulates a broad range of cyber scenarios accompanied by exercises, lessons, and field implementation. It also verifies the content, providing the students, users, and operators with a real-time picture of the nature of the attack, potential courses of action and their relative utility. The academy is designed to provide the students with tools that enhance awareness and the ability to identify cyber events and their sources, as well as to monitor cyber crisis management processes, all via the TAME Range trainer. The project is part of Bosnia-Herzegovina’s vision to increase the country’s cyber capabilities through international collaboration, leveraging new technologies, infrastructure development, and research. The project will be implemented over the next several years.

(right to left) Roy Shaposhnik, ELTA; Milorad Dodik, President of Bosnia-Herzegovina; and Srdan Rajcevic, Minister for Scientific and Technological Development. (Photo via IAI)

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