La. Guard trains Cyber Defense Incident Response Team

 

BATON ROUGE, La. – Approximately 40 Louisiana National Guard Soldiers and Airmen with the state’s new Cyber Defense Incident Response Team (CDIRT) participated in a two-day training event at a newly constructed “Cyber Range” in Baton Rouge.

The team was created to respond to cyber events within Louisiana, to secure and restore affected networks by defeating threats and restoring normal operations in a timely and efficient manner with minimum disruption of services and capabilities.

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