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Distributor Tech Data opened its Cyber Range security training and demo center today in Tempe, Ariz. Packed with cutting-edge tools, the 4,500 square foot facility is designed to help channel pros and their customers master the latest defensive techniques and subject the latest defensive technologies to state-of-the-art attack simulations.
It’s also something of a high-tech playground for anyone interested in the ever-changing world of cybersecurity, according to Alex Ryals (pictured), Tech Data’s vice president of security solutions for the Americas.
“It’s like a kids science museum,” he says. “This is a place where you can literally feel and touch cybersecurity.”
ChannelPro got an exclusive early peek at the Cyber Range this morning. Here’s a look at the sights and resources that await future visitors.
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