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Technical Exercises

Responding to security threats requires a team effort – develop and benchmark team cyber skills using Technical Exercises.

  • For Defensive teams, Pen-testers, SOC teams, and more
  • Technical exercises using hyper-realistic cyber range environments
  • Measure team performance to identify strengths and gaps
  • Prove team readiness and build confidence
  • Exercises based on the latest cyber threats

Based on the Latest Cyber Threats

Pre-built scenarios simulate real-world attacks and situations your organization will likely face, keeping security teams up-to-date and prepared. Managers can also identify gaps in current coverage and show team improvement over time to demonstrate ROI on upskilling expenditures.

Risk-free Environments

Pre-configured environments allow you to safely practice all aspects of defensive and offensive cybersecurity to build team resilience outside your production infrastructure. Practicing with enterprise tools in settings similar to your day-to-day work environment ensures relevant training experiences.


Results of cyber team simulations are scored for individuals and the entire team. This provides the proof organizations need to ensure they’re ready for a real-life cyber attack (or if more exercise is required). It also delivers the data managers need to benchmark properly and track team progress.


Quickly scale your technical exercising program to support globally distributed teams, engaging team members simultaneously. Easy access to always-available scenarios increases organizational adoption and usage by removing the usual logistical obstacles.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take to complete a Team Sim exercise?2023-04-10T19:53:49+00:00

Scenarios usually take four to eight hours to complete but can be completed over multiple days to ensure flexibility for busy security teams.

What types of scenarios are available for Cyber Team Sim?2023-04-10T19:55:00+00:00

Offensive and defensive team scenarios centered around specific vulnerabilities and attacks. A series of tasks may relate to exploiting networks or tracking attackers through environments. New content is released regularly to reflect the latest vulnerabilities and cyber attacks.

How do Cyber Team Sim exercises differ from labs?2023-04-10T19:56:55+00:00

Cyber Team Sim exercises enable multiple individuals to be in an environment simultaneously, working together to complete various tasks as a group. Environments are more complex than those in our bite-sized labs, providing a greater depth of exercising realism covering numerous tools and techniques within one scenario.

How is Cyber Team Sim different from cyber ranges?2023-04-10T19:58:11+00:00

Cyber Team Sim provides engaging out-of-the-box scenarios and self-service team exercise facilitation using pre-configured cyber ranges.

Immersive Labs’ Cyber Ranges enable users to build complex networks to their specific requirements. Emulating your production network using cyber ranges provides the most realistic cyber training experience.

How do Technical Exercises complement Hands-on Labs?2023-04-12T20:09:48+00:00

Hands-on Labs help organizations assess, build, and prove cyber readiness with various technical labs using the latest gamified techniques.

Technical Exercises put your team’s capabilities to the test on real-world threats using pre-configured cyber range environments. These exercises use task-based challenges and technical simulations to enable teams to collaborate on real-world scenarios.

Tailored Cyber Ranges

Tailored Cyber Ranges enable you to emulate your production network – all within a safe and secure non-production environment. Create complex ranges in hours and take advantage of on-demand access without the usual maintenance headaches.

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