Cyber Security and Digital Forensics Boot Camp for Educators - Summer 2014

Top Quote August 2014 Boot Camp Will Help Educators Provide Needed Training To Fill The Global Cyber Security Skills Gap. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) May 20, 2014 - Seattle, WA - CyberSecurity Academy announces open enrollment for a twelve day boot camp designed for educators that will be running August 18 through 29 2014. The twelve days of training will consist of the official Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) and Certified Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI) curriculum, as well as training in advanced data recovery. Participants will learn how to perform platter and head swaps in a cleanroom environment and will diagnose and image hard drives using a DeepSpar.

    The boot camp will be held at Edmonds Community College in Lynnwood, Washington, and the package that educators will receive includes lodging on campus as well as most meals.

    "There is a tremendous need for professionals with the ability to proactively safeguard computer systems against increasingly sophisticated attack and infiltration techniques," said Steve Hailey, President of CyberSecurity Academy. "Many high school and college faculty are working to provide their students the training necessary to meet the employment demand for the cybersecurity skills gap. CyberSecurity Academy instructors are college faculty as well - we are ideally positioned to offer this training to our academic counterparts and help them develop the high-level curriculum necessary to expand their cybersecurity program offerings."

    Educators from the United States and abroad will be in attendance, with professors from academic institutions in Africa and the United Arab Emirates already enrolled.

    "This boot camp was designed for specific competencies critical to meeting the demand for cybersecurity and digital forensics skills that educators should master," said Mike Andrew, President of Training and Analysis Services for CyberSecurity Academy. "Industry requires that IT professionals now have these skills, and our educators are working hard to fill the void. We need to assure our students are prepared to protect an organization's information assets and networks from determined hackers."

    Educators can enroll for the boot camp or obtain additional information by visiting:

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    Press Contact:
    Steve Hailey
    CyberSecurity Academy
    14751 N. Kelsey St. Suite 105 PMB 162 Monroe, WA. 98272-1353
    president ( @ ) cybersecurityacademy dot com

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