Press & News
With August, and Def Con 26 in the rear view, we here at Aries Security can look back in pride. Capture The Packet won the honor of being a DC Black Badge event for the eighth time, getting us closer to the ten year mark.
Aries Security Helps International InfoSec Teams Get Ready. Who’s Helping You? For over a decade our business has been leading the charge in InfoSec training and assessment.
Aries security is proud to announce Capture The Flag, a full featured force on force suite, built from the ground up to challenge players needing to learn and exercise offensive cyber security skills and techniques.
Aries Security was contracted to run an Olympiad style in-person cyber competition open to all United States Service Academy cadets and midshipman. The event was called the Cyber Gauntlet.
If you were wondering what we were up to last month in Utah, wonder no more, because we finally got “official” approval to tell it all.
With the daily headlines boasting the computer intrusion of retailers large and small, it has become clear that keeping your company’s computers and online sites safe has to be more than setting up your security as a “one-time and done” operation.
Cyber security breaches continue to plague the information technology community, so continuing training and vigilance are a must.
Aries Security once again tapped by the Department of Defense to develop a cutting-edge cyber training capability.
Aries Security announced that the company plans to bring its critically acclaimed Capture The Packet (CTP) simulator and skills assessment suite to Washington via a collaboration with the U.S. Department of Defense.
New technologies means new attack vectors. Near Field Communication (NFC) is gaining momentum as an added feature within smartphones and tablets. So we ran a test.