Jinendra RankaProgram Manager, Strategic Technology Office           National Cyber Range               DARPA Cyber Colloq...
Problems in Cyber TestingA fundamental problem faced in cyber research is that today it is toodifficult to test the capabi...
The National Cyber RangeGoal•   Create a secure, self-contained facility that can rapidly emulate the complexity    of def...
NCR Facility                                                                  Located in Orlando, FL           Approved fo...
Moving Forward with the NCR• What we currently are doing (October 2011 to October 2012)  • One-year beta-operation phase o...
Working with the NCR• In-depth Government technical reviews are held quarterly    • Limited to Government personnel and su...
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National Cyber Range (Ranka)

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Presentation from the Colloquium on Future Directions in Cyber Security on Nov 7, 2011.

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National Cyber Range (Ranka)

  1. 1. Jinendra RankaProgram Manager, Strategic Technology Office National Cyber Range DARPA Cyber Colloquium Arlington, VA November 7, 2011 Approved for Public Release, Distribution Unlimited.
  2. 2. Problems in Cyber TestingA fundamental problem faced in cyber research is that today it is toodifficult to test the capabilities that we develop, in a secure and realisticenvironmentExisting test facilities limit our development, testing, and trainingtimescales from matching the rapid evolution of real-world threats Our Adversaries Test Range Our Existing Test Ranges Real Networks + Real Users = Approximated Networks + Artificial Real Results Users Behaviors = Questionable Results Approved for Public Release, Distribution Unlimited.
  3. 3. The National Cyber RangeGoal• Create a secure, self-contained facility that can rapidly emulate the complexity of defense & commercial networks, allowing for cost-effective and timely validation of cyber technologiesCurrent Status• Completed the technical design and software tool sets for the NCR• Demonstrated the architecture at scale on an operational prototype facilityRange Features• Simple experiment design tools• Automated range build-out capability• Real-time data visualization tools• Automated range sanitization• Supports simultaneous testing at multiple security levels Approved for Public Release, Distribution Unlimited.
  4. 4. NCR Facility Located in Orlando, FL Approved for Public Release, Distribution Unlimited.
  5. 5. Moving Forward with the NCR• What we currently are doing (October 2011 to October 2012) • One-year beta-operation phase of the prototype NCR • Just completed the first live experiment • Built out the range to emulate a 1100-node DoD network in 1-day • Range size will grow to allow for a 3000-node experiment by January • Transition the range and associated technologies to USCYBERCOM• The NCR is available to agencies across the Government for use during this phase Approved for Public Release, Distribution Unlimited.
  6. 6. Working with the NCR• In-depth Government technical reviews are held quarterly • Limited to Government personnel and support contractors• Next review scheduled for November 15 in Arlington, VA• Will include a separate briefing for those interested in running experiments on the NCR• Contact us if you are interested in attending (Jinendra.Ranka@darpa.mil) Approved for Public Release, Distribution Unlimited.
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