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The Need for Comprehensive Cyber Training

Information is a critical business asset, which depends on protection by competent system administrators experienced in real-world environments and threats. With the cyber threat increasing, we need a meaningful way to train, and certify, the level of cyber competency. A cyber-defense curriculum and live-fire trainers that quantify a student's performance are essential to the survival of our "Information Age" critical assets.
Effective cyber-defense training environment must include:

  • Real-world, live training on systems that emulate the production environment
  • Initial training conducted using a structured, on-site methodology; a "train the trainer" model can provide continuity for routine exercising thereafter
  • Continual training capability for routine training and timely exposure to new threat scenarios as they are released
  • Follow-on remote training as an option to continue the training experience;
  • Up-to-date scenarios to keep current with the changing threat
  • Sharpening of individual cyber skills, while fostering a teamwork approach to problem solving
  • A training curriculum that addresses all of the basic day-to-day practices required to administer network and system security
  • Real-time, comprehensive performance feedback to reinforce successful behavior

The Training Institute of Washington, DC can provide various options for delivering training, certifications and competitions, all in a cost-effective manner.


How do Chief Information Officers (CIOs) really know how competent their system administrators or security professionals are in dealing with real-world problems?
CIOs want to know their information technology staff can practically apply classroom knowledge, especially in a live environment where the pressures of maintaining critical skills are challenged by real-world hackers bent on denying those services.

These are three key areas in which to measure competence:

  1. Ability to maintain critical services even during moments of cyber attacks
  2. Ability to identify vulnerabilities and lock down systems (computers, network and security devices) according to the organization's security policy
  3. Ability to communicate substantively and in a timely manner

We quantify student performance and can provide examinations at multiple levels, depending on your organization's goals. We can test to certification standards that you set; we provide the results against your standards. Tests can be administered via the Internet, so there is no travel required.




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