CyberKnight has launched the Cybersecurity Skills Academy in collaboration with its newly signed vendor, Infosec Institute. Infosec Institute helps IT and security professionals advance their careers and empowers employees to be cyber-safe.
“Infosec is the only security education provider with role-guided certification training for the entire workforce which has helped more than 70% of the Fortune 500 prepare teams to defend against MITRE ATT&CK tactics and techniques, guide team development and fast-track certification — with over 80% of learners reporting improved skills and abilities. Through this collaboration, CyberKnight’s Cybersecurity Skills Academy will offer comprehensive security certification preparation, as well as online and onsite boot camps,” the companies said.
The CyberKnight Cybersecurity Skills Academy has 190+ pre-built learning paths mapped to industry standards; hundreds of hands-on labs, including MITRE ATT&CK tactics and techniques; training for CompTIA, (ISC)², ISACA, EC-Council, Cisco, AWS; an unlimited on-demand training library as well as access to team performance metrics like assignment progress, total learning time, assessment scores and more. The Academy also offers personalized skill development programs for every team member.
“We are excited about this new partnership with Infosec Institute and the launch of our Cybersecurity Skills Academy – a major milestone for CyberKnight. Our Academy has been built on Infosec’s modern approach to security certification training which will equip Middle Eastern organisations with the knowledge and skills to confidently outsmart cybercrime. The Cybersecurity Skill Academy includes an online interactive and gamified platform offering cyber professionals unlimited access to 1,200+ hands-on cybersecurity courses, training, labs, and cyber ranges to upskill themselves in preparation for the security certifications they want to achieve,” commented Wael Jaber, Chief Strategy Officer at CyberKnight.
“For organizations and individuals everywhere, securing data and systems is critical. Through the partnership with CyberKnight and the launch of their Cybersecurity Skills Academy, we aim to expand our award-winning certification training platform across the region. Every course, cyber range, and lab is mapped to the NICE Workforce Framework for Cybersecurity to make it easy for employers, employees, and educators to speak the same language around learning and development as well as to efficiently close cybersecurity skills gaps,” added Jeffrey de Graaf, Senior Vice President International Sales at Infosec Institute.