Arizona Cyber Warfare Range

Arizona Cyber Warfare Range

Revolutionary advancements in cyber security happen here.

The Arizona Cyber Warfare Range is a live fire cyber warfare range created to augment the current cyber security resources in Arizona and drive innovation in cyber security techniques, technologies, and training across the United States.

The range is a privately funded non-profit entity and thus 100% volunteer driven. This ensures that we are completely dedicated to our missions.

AZ03 Location Opening in Tucson

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Our newest location is opening at Pima Community College East Campus January 25, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Open House and remarks starting at 10:00 a.m. in the Community Room.

Please park and enter via the entrance off of Fred Enke Drive, 8181 East Irvington Road, Tucson, Arizona

Tours of AZCWR AZ03 will be given until 2:00 p.m.

PCC and the Arizona Cyber Warfare Range will work together to develop capable cyber warriors, protecting the health and welfare of our nation’s businesses and infrastructure.

Tours will also be provided of other programs at PCC’s East Campus, including the new Makerspace, Fire Science Academy, Crime Scene Lab, and Veterinary Technology Program.

Contact phone: 520.206.7694

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Individuals

For individuals wanting to become more knowledgeable in cyber security and InfoSec, we are here to support your efforts with our expertise and resources.

We are free and open to the public. Minors are welcome but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Organizations

We are always looking for opportunities to serve the greater community. If you represent a school, business, nonprofit, etc. and have ideas for trainings or hands on exercises please contact us. We'll either help design a training opportunity or connect you with other valley resources that can assist you.

If you would like to verify the engagement and/or technical contribution of someone who claims to be a volunteer, please call the Range at +1.480.525.9801 and ask for Brett L. Scott.