DNP is a mother company of Intelligent Wave Inc., Japan. DNP opened  Cyber Knowledge Academy in 2016, then added CCOP (certified cyber offence professional) course for corporate network managers/engineers last year.


Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has signed a contract to supply Dai Nippon Printing (DNP) of Tokyo, Japan, its TAMETM Range, the Cyber Range training platform and certification for cyber warfare teams.  DNP, a leader in publication printing, documentation security and software security products in Japan and around the world, will become a reseller of IAI’s Cyber Range in Japan. TAMETMRange allows a realistic cyber warfare training environment to improve the cyber awareness and readiness of cyber defenders. There is currently a need in Japan to train some 80,000 IT personnel so they could prevent.  While practicing, users gain practical knowledge as they are required to handle actual cyber-attacks – based on most recently discovered threats. The TAMETMRange curriculum covers all aspects of cyber warfare, including threat identification, incident management, mitigation, and forensics. It provides in-depth training on the tools and techniques that are under a team’s command when a real attackactually occurs.

DNP spokesman said: “DNP is excited to conduct business with IAI, Israel’s biggest hi-tech employer, which has an excellent reputation as an innovative, cutting edge technology company. After a thorough analysis of available cyber training systems, DNP selected the IAI’s Cyber Range system as the product that will allow Japanese IT personnel to be best trained against threats that occur on a daily basis and which may harm Japan’s critical infrastructure”.

IAI said: “We’re very happy to team up with DNP, and we are confident that TAMETMRange, together with DNP’s excellent reputation will be a perfect match to address the growing need for cyber training in Japan.  What makes TAMETMRange unique is the embedding and automating of IAI’s cyber experts’ knowledge into a very easy-to-operate and realistic cyber experience. This allows organizations to train cyber security staff, assess innovative defense strategies or benchmark new and existing security tools”.

Israel Aerospace Industries:
IAI Ltd. is Israel’s largest aerospace and defense company and a globally recognized technology and innovation leader, specializing in developing and manufacturing advanced, state-of-the-art systems for air, space, sea, land, cyber and homeland security. Since 1953, the company has provided advanced technology solutions to government and commercial customers worldwide including: satellites, missiles, weapon systems and munitions, unmanned and robotic systems, radars, C4ISR and more. IAI also designs and manufactures business jets and aero-structures, performs overhaul and maintenance on commercial aircraft and converts passenger aircraft to refueling and cargo configurations.

DNP (Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd.) is one of the world’s largest comprehensive printing companies. DNP provides a variety of products and services in a wide range of business fields to consumers and some 30,000 corporate clients in Japan and around the world. DNP’s main businesses are printing and information technologies since its foundation in 1876. The company has branched out from publication printing and commercial printing into diverse fields including packaging, decorative materials, display components and electronic devices. DNP has grown to be the world largest supplier of many products in these areas and continues to take the challenge of expanding into new business fields, such as environment, energy, life science and security.