Ongoing training is of paramount importance in the IT industry due to its rapidly evolving nature. The exponential growth of technology, accompanied by constant advancements in hardware, software, and cybersecurity, necessitates continuous learning for professionals to stay up-to-date and competitive. Regular training enables IT professionals to master new skills, acquire certifications, and adapt to emerging trends, ensuring that they can effectively address the dynamic needs of their clients.

Here are some of our recent certifications:


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OPSWAT Endpoint Compliance Associate (OECA)

The OECA certification program covers techniques and best practices for securing endpoints. It consists of four courses with material to assist in identifying multiple topics such as security enforcement methodologies that maximize enforcement without decreasing productivity, local device security policies, security issues associated with BYOD endpoints, and hacker targets, exploitation methodologies & potentially unwanted applications.

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OPSWAT File Security Associate (OFSA)

Objectives for the OFSA certificate program target the knowledge and skills required to competently protect critical network file systems. These include identifying the risks associated with unsecured file uploads, explaining the difference between static and dynamic analysis, and identifying assets used to protect against known and unknown threats.

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OPSWAT Email Security Associate (OESA)

The OESA certification program covers techniques and best practices for securing email data flows. It consists of three courses that cover the risks associated with social engineering and the handling of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) over email, the reason why end user education and the employment of security technology are critical to securing email, and the components of an email and how security tools should be deployed and configured to protect email servers.


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Proofpoint Certified Phishing Specialist

Certified Phishing Specialists are trained on the latest trends and tactics used in modern phishing attacks, insight into phishing prevention and how Proofpoint’s people-centric approach can help you better protect your company. The Proofpoint Cybersecurity Leadership Program is focused on keeping audiences up-to-date on the latest industry trends and changes in the threat landscape through Proofpoint’s resources and solutions portfolio.


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Introduction to Cybersecurity

Cisco verifies the earner of this badge successfully completed the Introduction to Cybersecurity course. The holder of this student-level credential has introductory knowledge of cybersecurity, including the global implications of cyber threats on industries, and why cybersecurity is a growing profession. They understand vulnerabilities and threat detection and defense. They also have insight into opportunities available with pursuing cybersecurity certifications.

Cybersecurity Essentials

Cisco verifies the earner of this badge successfully completed the Cybersecurity Essentials course. The holder of this student-level credential has foundational knowledge of cybersecurity, including the basics of network security, encryption and cybersecurity laws. The holder has been introduced to tactics and techniques used by Black Hats, and the principles of Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability used by White Hats to defend networks.