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This visualization — which is a subset taken from a tool in a control room that shows all network traffic and activity in blue (friendly), gray (cyber no man's land) and red (adversarial) space — allows assessors a literal playback of how the blue force reacted during a particular event to determine if it was the correct course of action.
Participants and OPFOR are playing on a synthetic network or range that has to be developed prior to the exercise.
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Then we select the “Validate” tab to see the validation options: The default is that the field will not get validated.
For numeric fields, there is a convenient way to validate a value range, but we want to select to run a custom validation script.
After the “Edit” button is clicked, a new window will open that allows us to edit the new script: This script also includes a check for an empty string, so that the user can wipe out a wrong string and start from scratch.
The assessment team lead, who, like many, spoke to Fifth Domain during the exercise on the condition of anonymity, said these assessment teams are made up of no fewer than five individuals who grade the exams given to cyber teams.
Within that construct, a team controller sits within what is called the white cell, or the brain of the exercise, understands the team's objectives and controls the pace of the exam, the team lead said.