Align to industry standards with training mapped to the NICE Framework
Every Infosec Skills course, cyber range and project is mapped to the NICE Workforce Framework for Cybersecurity to make it easy for employers, employees and educators to speak the same language around skill development and efficiently close cybersecurity skills gaps.
Clarify employee growth and development plans with Infosec Skills Roles
Infosec Skills Roles save team leaders time and increase business security by providing each employee a roadmap for expanding their knowledge and skills. With role-guided training aligned to 12 of the most in-demand security roles, talent can be easily upskilled or cross-trained for open positions.
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- Team administration and reporting
- Dedicated client success manager
Single sign-on (SSO)
Easily authenticate and manage your learners by connecting to any identity provider that supports the SAML 2.0 standard.
Integrations via API
Retrieve training performance and engagement metrics and integrate learner data into your existing LMS or HRS.
- 190+ role-guided learning paths and assessments (e.g., Incident Response)
- 100s of hands-on labs in cloud-hosted cyber ranges
- Create and assign custom learning paths
- Custom certification practice exams (e.g., CISSP, CISA)
- Optional upgrade: Guarantee team certification with live boot camps
Training aligned to all 52 NICE Framework Work Roles
Infosec Skills courses are mapped to specific Knowledge and Skills Statements to provide ultimate flexibility when building your team’s employee development plans. You can browse by Work Roles or individual Knowledge and Skills Statements and link learning assets to your team’s individual responsibilities. For example, some of the Knowledge and Skills Statements mapped to our “Common malware behavior” course include:
- K0259: Knowledge of malware analysis concepts and methodologies
- K0392: Knowledge of common computer/network infections (virus, Trojan, etc.) and methods of infection (ports, attachments, etc.)
- S0131: Skill in analyzing malware
- S0087: Skill in deep analysis of captured malicious code (e.g., malware forensics)
With Infosec Skills and the NICE Workforce Framework for Cybersecurity, you get:
Relevant training for every cybersecurity role
Precise Knowledge & Skill Statement mapping
Standard or custom Work Roles and Competencies
NICE Framework adoption drives 57% increase in recruiting success
New research shows aligning job descriptions to the NICE Framework accelerates cybersecurity recruiting success and boosts role clarity across organizations of all sizes. Download the full 2021 study to learn how mapping job descriptions and employee development plans to NICE can close your organization’s skill gaps and boost role clarity for your cybersecurity team.
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We use Infosec Skills to provide continuous training to our technicians and to prepare them for various certifications. Infosec Skills allows us to create personalized training programs that focus on each of our technicians’ particular roles and see their progress as they take courses. We also, recommend it to clients to make their IT support teams better.
This has been utilized to bridge the skills gap across our cyber team and to aid them as they prepare for their various certifications. It also has provided a nice learning foundation for our various cyber team members to utilize as we continue to find ways for cross-utilization with operations while minimizing the downtime needed to ensure everyone’s knowledge is the same.
Infosec Skills Teams client
We use Infosec Skills to provide base level knowledge for employees. We also use the services to provide in depth learning for employees as they encounter new technologies. If an employee is is assigned to a new project, we can rely on Infosec Skills to provide a rapid concentrated learning environment. This rapid concentrated learning positions our employees for success.