Education & Training

The human capital element in being able to develop a workforce capable of ongoing mission critical cybersecurity resiliency can only be filled by well-trained product developers, system integrators, installers, stakeholders and end users.

In today’s challenging times on premise and remote workforce must have competency in cybersecurity computing fundamentals and a detailed understanding of how their organization’s information systems operate within regulated federal, enterprise commercial, or public safety sectors.

SecureXperts offers industry leading training in several disciplines and is an Official Training Partner for ISC (2).

Certified Information System Security Professional (“CISSP”)

The CISSP is the core certification required by US companies that prove proficiency in the development and design of information security programs for government, public, and private organizations throughout the world. SecureXperts is a North American Official Training Provider offering classroom, web based, and instructor led training.

SecureXperts has on-staff certified instructors for the ISC (2) Certified Information System Security Professional (“CISSP”) program. The CISSP is the most highly recognized ANSI certified training program covering cybersecurity domains that include:

  Security and Risk Management

  Asset Security

  Security Architecture and Engineering

  Communication and Network Security

  Identity and Access Management (IAM)

  Security Assessment and Testing

  Security Operations

  Software Development Security

Since 2003, the CISSP was adopted as a baseline for the U.S. National Security Agency's Information Assurance Program and required under the DoD 8570 requirements.

Certified Authorization Professional (“CAP”)

The Risk Management Framework provides a process that integrates security and risk management activities into the system development life cycle. The risk-based approach to security control selection and specification considers effectiveness, efficiency, and constraints due to applicable laws, directives, Executive Orders, policies, standards, or regulations.

We provide scenario-based exercises to enhance understanding of the processes used for system authorization, including all of the elements of the Risk Management Framework. It is designed for employees and contractors in DoD and Intel agencies, and for any supporting vendors and service providers.

This valid experience includes information systems security-related work performed in pursuit of information system authorization, or work that requires security risk management knowledge and involves direct application of that knowledge. Experience must fall within one or more of the seven domains of the (ISC)² CAP:

  Domain 1 Information Security Risk Management Program

  Domain 2 Categorization of Information Systems (IS)

  Domain 3 Selection of Security Controls

  Domain 4 Implementation of Security Controls

  Domain 5 Assessment of Security Controls

  Domain 6 Authorization of Information Systems (IS)

  Domain 7 Continuous Monitoring

The (ISC)² CAP is the only cybersecurity certification under the DoD8570 mandate that aligns with each step with Risk Management Framework.

Cybersecurity Awareness Training (CAT)

The Security foundations course provides the concepts and terminology used within the information technology cyber security community to gain fundamental knowledge to understand how cybersecurity ties into the overall use of best practices for managing risk within an organization. They include:

  IT Security and Cyber Security Terminology

  Identity versus Entity Management

  Personal Online Computer Security and Privacy

  Personally, Identifiable Information (PII) and Data Classification

  Cyber Security Threats and Vulnerabilities

  Mobile Device Security

Should read The Cybersecurity Awareness course is an informative, non-technical, and highly effective awareness course covering the top security issues in which enterprise end-users jeopardize information assets and the systems that are used to protect, process, store or transmit organizational data some of the questions they’ll be able to answer include:

  Who is responsible for cybersecurity within your organization?

  What resources are available within your organization if you suspect a cybersecurity incident has occurred?

  Where can you find the document that states how an organization protects it’s Physical and Intellectual assets?

  When does an employee inadvertently put their company at risk?

  Why is an effective cybersecurity program important?

  How can an employee take proactive steps to protect their organization's privacy?

Upon completion of the in person or online course, users will complete a questionnaire which measures the individual’s retention of the information presented in the course. Once a student passes with a score of 70% or higher, a Certificate of Completion will be awarded.

Other Training Offerings:

Cyber Security Training for Physical System Integrators, Manufacturers and Dealers Security Awareness Modules:

  Cyber Security Training for Physical System Integrators

  Dealers Security Awareness Modules


Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC)

Training coming soon




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