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IBM Launches Cybersecurity Training Facility in National Capital

IBM X-Force Cyber Range

IBM Launches Cybersecurity Training Facility in National Capital

IBM has opened the IBM X-Force Cyber Range, a facility that allows trainees to engage in exercises to fend off cyberthreats and dangers posed by artificial intelligence.

The facility can simulate various scenarios, including AI code poisoning, deepfake zero-day attacks and other cyber intrusions. Trainees can engage in crisis response exercises, cyber wargames and offensive hacking studies and can test cyber best practices using real-world case studies without exposing themselves to real-time threats.

Legal and mission-critical leaders, C-suite executives and technical security personnel, among others, can use the training facility, located in Washington, D.C., IBM said.

The facility’s opening follows an announcement from IBM to make the watsonx.governance product commercially available. Watsonx.governance, part of IBM’s watsonx AI and data platform, allows businesses to deploy large language models and machine learning models to automate AI-related governance matters and comply with regulations.

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