Developed with support from the Institute for Security and Safety at the Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences and the UK National Cyber Security Center, the scenario included elements of both cyber and physical security. Guardtime assembled a multi-national team of experts including Rigel Kent Security and Advisory Services to deliver the cyber-attacks, EclecticIQ to provide a cyber threat intelligence sharing platform, and Defendec to provide perimeter surveillance cameras, amongst others.

Commenting on the exercise, Guardtime's Head of Cyber Operations Luc Dandurand said:
"Our approach is to work with world-class partners to develop a highly-customized experience. Each sector has its own approach to cybersecurity and its own specific risks. A successful exercise requires drawing on the sector's leading experts and adapting to its specific perspective to deliver the right tempo against a realistic, engaging background scenario. Many things come into play for the participants to get the best value, and the key is attention to details and excellence in orchestration."
Expressing his satisfaction for the exercise, Dr. Gavin Ellis from the UK Nuclear Decommissioning Authority said:
"Guardtime provided a very rich, detailed scenario which taxed us across a broad range of technical abilities in many cyber security topics."
Reflecting on the importance of such exercises, Mr. Kusti Salm, National Armaments Director at the Estonian Ministry of Defence said:
"It is great to see Estonian companies come together with world experts to address some of the biggest cybersecurity challenges facing critical infrastructure. Cyber exercises conducted on a cyber range can go a long way to help improve preparedness and cyber resilience, which is the focus of Governments worldwide given the ever-increasing diversity of cyber threats."