Build and validate in-demand skills
Help your team stay ahead of technology change and emerging threats with the fastest-growing, hands-on cybersecurity training platform — Infosec Skills.
Discover knowledge and skills gaps
Infosec Skills assessments provide insight into your team’s level of expertise around a particular topic. Don’t waste their limited time teaching them what they already know. Identify gaps — then close them with targeted, hands-on learning.
Talk with the Infosec team to learn more about unlocking a free 30-day team trial.
Maximize ROI with role-guided training
Infosec Skills Roles save team leaders time and maximize training impact by providing each employee a roadmap for expanding their knowledge and skills. With role-guided training aligned to 12 of the most in-demand cybersecurity roles, talent can be easily upskilled or cross-trained for open positions.
Build new skills — faster
Accelerate skill development and increase knowledge retention with hands-on training. Your team can launch a lab in a single click to explore real-world scenarios — from analyzing network traffic to investigating data breaches to writing secure code.
As they progress through novice, intermediate and advanced labs and challenges, they’ll gain practical experience and build skills that apply directly to their job role.
Plans & pricing
- 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
“Infosec Skills creates skills-based understanding. It’s effective because it allows them trial and error over and over again. They don’t have to master it, but they have to understand it. Then they can go into the workplace and they can actually do what they learned to do.”
James “Slim” Beamon, dean of the CyberEDGE Academy and senior cybersecurity program manager at Leidos