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MI Cyber Range Hub Unveiled

The Michigan National Guard has unveiled the inaugural Michigan Cyber Range hub intended to train and prepare participants in detecting, preventing, and thwarting cyber-attacks in a real-world setting. Governor Rick Snyder attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the 110th Airlift Wing in Battle Creek on Tuesday. He says with this and future hubs opening at National Guard bases, military personnel will be able to train at the highest level with the most sophisticated equipment to best prepare for any real world threats that they may face. The Michigan Cyber Range, launched in November 2012, allows for “live fire” exercises and simulations that will test their detection and reaction skills in a variety of situations.

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