cyberTAP

 

Overview of Services

CyberTAP (Cybersecurity Technical Assistant Program) at Purdue University provides a variety of technical assistance and educational programming aimed at better preparing Indiana businesses to deal with information security issues and the constant onslaught of cybersecurity attacks being experienced.

Our cybersecurity consulting services are customized to fit the client's needs. Information technology risk analysis and regulatory gap analysis is generally where most projects start. CyberTAP's consulting team is capable of conducting a variety of cybersecurity tests to help clients prioritize how best to secure their information assets.

The cyber-range is one of CyberTAP's flagship educational offerings. The range is a real world simulation and training environment that allows trainees to observe, interact and ultimately learn how to handle cybersecurity attacks as they unfold in a live network environment. Trainees will get exposure to commerical security tools such as Palo Alto firewalls, IBM Q-Radar SIEM, McAfee ePO, Microsoft Active Directory, while also having a full suite of opensource tools such as Zenoss Core, Syslog, PuTTy, Snort, wireshark, etc. Trainees will become familar with identifying and responding to attacks ranging from ransomware, to denial of service, to SQL injection. Range training sessions can accomodate groups of 20 students at a time. Trainees can enroll for a single day session or as long as multiple week sessions depending on what simulations and supporting learning objectives are desired.

Other educational offerings range from 1/2 day workshops and seminars for executives, to hybrid (online & in-person) and in-person class offerings addressing cybersecurity fundamentals. Classes vary in length and can be tailored for an organization's need. Intended audiences are organizations needing to upskill and reskill exisiting information technology professionals to be able to address cybersecurity threats.

Leadership

Mat Trampski George Bailey Carly Turow
Director Assist. Director, CyberTAP Program Manager
mtrampsk@purdue.edu baileyga@purdue.edu cturow@purdue.edu
  765-494-7538  

Location and hours of operation

Hours Location

By Appointment Only 

1435 Win Hentschel Blvd

Suite(s) 215, 202, 108

West Lafayette, IN 47906

 

Links and Resources

  1. Purdue CyberTAP Website
  2. Purdue CyberTAP Services

Contacts

Name Role Phone Email Location
George Bailey
Assist. Director
 

 
baileyga@purdue.edu
 
VTCH 215
 
Mat Trampski
Director
 

 
mtrampsk@purdue.edu
 
VTCH 215
 
Karen Leaman
Administrative Assist.
 

 
leamank@purdue.edu
 
VTCH 215
 
Carly Turow
Program Manager
 

 
cturow@purdue.edu
 
VTCH 215