Cyber Experimentation Support 2017-04-28T15:56:31+00:00

Secure Decisions pushes the boundaries of cyber security, experimenting to find new ways to solve new problems.

InterTEC Cyber Event (ICE) Cyber Experimentation Environment (CEE)

As part of an Air Force Research Lab research project, Secure Decisions worked to identify specific types of mission data needed to support the AFRL Cyber Experimentation Environment, determined and helped to implement the practical mechanisms for harvesting such data from a military exercise (the InterTEC Cyber Event), and developed mission-relevant datasets, based on data harvested from the ICE Exercise, to support a mission-centric testing environment for the CEE.

Air Force Research Laboratory
John Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory

Athena Test Network (ATN)

As part of an Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) effort, Secure Decisions teamed with the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) to assist in designing and building an agile ATN experimentation environment.  ATN was built to host experimentation scenarios designed to evaluate technology systems under test (SUTs) while providing consistency and valid scientific method throughout the experimentation environment. Secure Decisions team helped to design and develop the experimentation network command and control (C2) environment to support experimentation operations, designed and developed ATN C2 interfaces to SUT technologies and assisted in the design of measurement methods, scoring & metrics scorecards.

Scalable Network Monitoring

DARPA’s Scalable Network Monitoring (SNM) program focused on the development and testing of gateway malicious activity detection devices. Secure Decisions teamed with Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab (JHU/APL) to design, develop, and operate a cyber test environment that provides the capability to generate a sufficient volume of both benign and malicious activity to maintain full-line speed (from 1 Gbps to 100 Gbps) at the network gateway.

Scalable Network Monitoring
National Cyber Range

National Cyber Range

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) created a National Cyber Range (NCR) to protect and defend the nation’s critical information systems. The NCR revolutionized the state of the art for large-scale cyber testing and provided fully automated range management and test management suites to test and validate leap-ahead cyber research technologies and systems.