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HTB joins DoD Cyber Mission Force Persistent Cyber Training Environment (PCTE)

Hack The Box content integrated into DoD Cyber Mission Force Persistent Cyber Training Environment (PCTE)

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May 16

Hack The Box (HTB) is thrilled to announce our cutting-edge cybersecurity content has now been integrated into the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Cyber Mission Force Persistent Cyber Training Environment (PCTE).

PCTE is a dedicated upskilling platform created to support standardized individual sustainment training, team certification and mission rehearsal for Joint Cyberspace Operations Forces. With the development of the PCTE, the DoD is able to facilitate resource sharing by leveraging existing connectivity among cybersecurity solution providers while also creating a foundation for collective training exercises.

Since the introduction of the PCTE, U.S. Government teams have been able to participate in realistic training in a variety of scenarios to better prepare them for the threats they face in the Cyber Domain.

“The Ultimate Knowledge Institute team is incredibly excited to have the opportunity to facilitate the partnership between Hack The Box and the U.S. Department of Defense,” said Tony Akers, CEO of The Ultimate Knowledge Institute. “I believe this is a true testament to the quality of the HTB platform and further reinforces our commitment to partner with organizations dedicated to improving cyber resilience around the world.”

HTB, integrated with UKI’s OpenDash360™ platform, will support the DoD as it streamlines and standardizes its cybersecurity training operations around the world. Included in the groups who utilize the PCTE are the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve.

“With the integration of Hack The Box into the Department of Defense PCTE, we are confident the world’s cybersecurity defenders will receive unparalleled access to education on the latest threats and vulnerabilities while gaining valuable hands-on experience in a safe and secure environment,” said Haris Pylarinos, Hack The Box’s Chief Executive Officer. “This partnership underscores our unwavering promise to deliver the highest quality upskilling solutions to our military and government clients around the world.”

Want to learn more about how Hack The Box is helping public sector teams around the world stay trained, engaged and prepared for the avoidable? Click here to see what’s included in our interactive, guided and role-based cybersecurity skill development platform.


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