People + skills + technology = security

Bridging the cybersecurity skills gaps at your organization is like balancing an equation. You can’t have security without first investing in your employees’ cybersecurity skills. From security awareness and training for accounting to secure coding training for engineering, we have the right security education you need to achieve your business objectives — when you need it.

Build employee awareness

Empower employees with knowledge and skills to stay cyber secure at work and home with 2,000+ security awareness resources.

Skill up

Upskill and get certified with unlimited access to 1,400+ hands-on cybersecurity courses and cyber ranges.

Get certified

Upgrade to a boot camp for live, instructor-led training guaranteed to get you certified on your first attempt.

Security education for every role

Infosec is the only security education provider with role-appropriate training for your entire workforce. We’ve helped organizations like yours upskill and certify security teams and boost employee awareness for over 16 years.

Maximize your training and development budget

Get volume discounts and training flexibility with our team training program. Your team picks the courses, schedules and formats they prefer. We’ll work with you to build a prepaid training program that supports your goals and maximizes your training budget.

Award-winning training you can trust

Frequently asked questions

  • How can I close the cybersecurity skills gap at my organization?
    • Closing your cybersecurity skills gap starts with instilling a culture of learning at all levels of your organization. Cybersecurity is everyone’s job, but cybersecurity training cannot be one size fits all. You need the tools to deliver the right training to the right people at the right time — whether that’s personalized security awareness training, year-round cybersecurity skill development, or live boot camps with expert instructors.

      For more tips, download Infosec’s “2019 Cybersecurity Industry Report: 3 Steps Employers Can Take to Close the Skills Gap.”

  • What’s the best way to spread cybersecurity awareness?
    • Spreading security awareness starts by recognizing employees are not a security problem. They are part of the solution. Empowering employees through fun, engaging and continuous security awareness training brings them into the conversation and establishes a culture of shared responsibility. Infosec IQ provides more than 2,000 training resources to help inspire a culture of security at your organization.

  • How can I track security awareness training?
    • Infosec IQ automatically tracks your organization’s security awareness training record and compliance score mapped to NIST recommendations to help you identify gaps in training and measure progress over time. Phishing simulation tracking provides a real-time reading of your organization’s phish rate and measures the impact of simulated phishing training over time. You can also take a deep dive into your security awareness program metrics with campaign- and learner-level reports to refine your curriculum and deliver training to learners who need it most.

  • How can I keep my IT and security teams’ skills fresh?
    • Ninety-two percent of infosec professionals spend a few hours every month learning new skills, and 59% spend a few hours every week. Year-round skill development is required to stay ahead of the latest threats, but IT and security teams have busy schedules. Identifying your team’s skills gaps and closing them through role-based, hands-on training helps maximize your team’s training time so they can stay more than a step ahead of the bad guys.

  • Do you offer group pricing?
    • Yes, we offer team training discounts. Whether you’re looking for security awareness training, skill development for your IT and security teams, or live cybersecurity boot camps, we provide security education for your whole organization. Click here to request team training quote.

  • Why should my organization invest in IT and security training?
    • A study from ESG and ISSA found 93% of cybersecurity professionals agreed they “must keep up with their skills or else the organizations they work for will be at a significant disadvantage against cyber attackers.” In addition, a recent Infosec survey found “keeping up with the changing demand for new security skills” was the top organizational concern related to developing and retaining cybersecurity talent. Ongoing employee training helps identify and close your team’s skills gap so you can better mitigate business risk.

  • How can I track business value from cybersecurity training?
    • According to our recent survey of IT and security professionals, the top metrics tied to employee training included better return on technology investments, reduced incident costs, improved customer satisfaction and less downtime. Whether you’re trying to reduce phishing rates, write more secure code or defend against the latest threats, it all starts with investing in your employees’ cybersecurity skills.

  • How can I ensure each employee gets the training most appropriate for their job and skill level?
    • The foundation of a training program is closing your employees’ skills gaps, and that starts with identifying those gaps and delivering targeted training to address them. Infosec IQ delivers personalized training based on your organization’s industry and your employees’ roles. Infosec Skills provides skill assessments to help IT and security teams identify levels of expertise and guide year-round training. In addition, Infosec Skills boot camps and courses are mapped to certification vendors, NICE Workforce categories and cybersecurity roles.

  • How can employee training and development improve job satisfaction?
    • Implementing a training program at your organization doesn’t just help protect your organization from cyber threats, it empowers your employees. Continuous skill development and clear career pathways help ease the workload of your most talented cybersecurity professionals — and those most likely to be solicited by recruiters. In addition, security professionals with a clearly defined career path are more confident in their career goals, more confident in their cybersecurity skills and spend more time learning compared to their peers without a clear career path, according to Infosec’s 2019 Cybersecurity Industry Report.