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Traditional certifications and lecture-based training may teach fundamental technical concepts, but they can’t prepare your workforce for the dynamic and complex challenges that they encounter in the real world. That's what makes Capture the Flag (CTF), the traditional hacker wargame, so important for security professionals. CTF events are designed to test and build the skills of cybersecurity professionals through real-world scenarios. The challenges are carefully crafted, multilayered, and cover non-obvious vulnerabilities. Your workforce may not have seen these types of challenges before and may not know how to solve or even approach them at first. It's this ability to learn on the fly and think outside of the box that gives hackers their elite reputation—and it's something your workforce can learn.
The term “Kaizen” comes from the Japanese philosophy for continuous learning and improvement of skills and self, which accurately describes our participants and mindset. At Booz Allen, our cyber practitioners take this to heart and have developed a training program for our clients that embraces this concept. Our Kaizen challenges cover a wide range of skills, such as web and binary exploitation, forensics, networking, and ad hoc scripting. A full array of audio and visual equipment, rich with sounds and leaderboards, immerses participants in a competitive, yet educational environment. Participants learn different ways to approach problems and think creatively. Individuals stuck or unfamiliar with a challenge are offered a hint system, and moderators are available to guide participants to the solution rather than telling them outright.
We have various offerings to fit your organization's needs, including:
Kaizen is ideal for people whose day-to-day work is technical, hands-on, or involves dynamic problem solving, especially those working in the following roles:
Explore our CTF scenarios in which your staff can participate:
To learn more or set up your Kaizen event, please e-mail the Kaizen CTF team.
The goals of Capture the Flag are simple: outthink, outwit, outhack, by applying real-world hacking tools to infiltrate a computer system, find intentionally placed vulnerabilities, and exploit them to capture a “flag”—a string of code that proves you discovered the flaw. Read More