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Cyberskills for mission success

Infosec’s federal and Department of Defense training program makes it easy and affordable to bridge employee cybersecurity skill gaps and certify teams for mission success. Over 50 team training boot camps priced under your $25,000 Government Purchase Card limit simplify the procurement process and deliver flexible training personalized to how, when and where your employees learn best.

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Simplify your procurement process

8140.01 and 8570.01-M compliant
SF-182 & VA 1905 accepted
SmartPay-friendly pricing

On-base boot camps tailored to your training objectives

We can bring expert cybersecurity instruction to your base, or host a boot camp at a nearby, private location. We’ll work with you to pick a time, location and curriculum that works best for your team.

Tools to help you outsmart the bad guys

Skill up, move up.

Skill up, move up.

Skill up, move up.

Keep your skills sharp year-round. Identify and fill knowledge gaps with over 70 learning paths, 600 courses and 100 cloud-hosted labs mapped to NICE's Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.

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Power to your people.

Power to your people.

Power to your people.

Empower employees with knowledge and skills to stay cyber secure at work and home. 2,000+ security awareness resources and phishing simulations aligned to employee learning styles help you change behaviors and culture.

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Certify your skills — guaranteed.

Certify your skills — guaranteed.

Certify your skills — guaranteed.

Advance your career with boot camps designed to help you pass your certification exam the first time — guaranteed. 100+ online and in-person courses tailored to how, when and where you learn best.

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Award-winning training that you can trust

Infosec IQ


Infosec Skills


Security Awareness Computer-Based Training

Software & Applications Award


Customers' Choice

Security Awareness Computer-Based Training

Training mapped to NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

Infosec training maps directly to the NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework (NIST Special Publication 800-181). This takes the guesswork out of employee development and empowers your team to take control of their careers, get a step ahead of cybercriminals and learn to build defenses to counter tomorrow’s threats.

Guaranteed results

Exam Pass Guarantee

Exam Pass Guarantee

If you don’t pass your exam on the first attempt, get a second attempt for free. Includes the ability to re-sit the course for free for up to one year.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

If you’re not 100% satisfied with your training at the end of the first day, you may enroll in a different Flex Pro or Flex Classroom course.

Knowledge Transfer Guarantee

Knowledge Transfer Guarantee

If an employee leaves within three months of obtaining certification, Infosec will train a different employee at the same organization tuition-free for up to one year.

Measure aptitude, track progress and empower your employees

Infosec’s team solutions help you track and report the training metrics most important to your organization. You can assess cybersecurity skill development at the individual, group and organization level with built-in reporting tools — making it easy to guide employee development and measure training impact.

You're in good company

"Sitting the CISSP class and taking the exam helped me understand the managerial side of security much better. It showed me the best ways to communicate security best practices with leadership and express the importance of security from an operational perspective."

Joe Wauson

Cyber Operations Planner

"Don't ever stop learning. Keep going, especially in the IT arena. It's constantly changing technology. You got to keep up with the market, otherwise you're stagnant."

Computer System Analyst

Northrop Grumman

"The course was a good mix of lecture and hands-on exercises. The hands-on, capture-the-flag exercises were really beneficial — especially the Nmap exercises. They taught us how to write scripts and execute commands, and got progressively difficult overtime."

Edward Brown

Operations Department Lead

Frequently asked questions

  • What is the difference between DoDD 8140 and 8570?
    • Department of Defense Directive 8570 was published in 2005 to provide guidance around the training, certification and management of DoD personnel and contractors. It was replaced in 2015 by DoDD 8140, which expanded upon 8570 to include the NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework and provide a greater emphasis on hands-on training. However, there is no manual yet written for the practical implementation of 8140, so the 8570.01-M manual continues to be used.

  • What are the five levels of security clearance for DoD?
    • The DoD has five categories for Information Assurance workers:

      – Information Assurance Technician (IAT)
      – Information Assurance Manager (IAM)
      – Information Assurance System Architecture & Engineering (IASAE)
      – Cybersecurity Service Providers (CSSP)
      – Computing Environment (CE)

      The IAT, IAM and IASE categories include three progressive levels, with Level 1 covering the computing environment, Level 2 covering the network environment and Level 3 covering the enclave environment as well as advanced network and computing environments. The CSSP category is further broken down into five specializations: Analyst, Infrastructure Support, Incident Responder, Auditor and Manager. DoD 8570.01-M also requires a CE certification based on the operating system and related security tools and devices being used.

  • What are the DoD 8570 IAT certifications?
    • To meet DoD 8570.01-M Information Assurance Technician (IAT) requirements, you must earn one of the following certifications:

      – IAT I: A+, Network+, SSCP
      – IAT II: Security+, CySA+, CCNA Security, GICSP, GSEC, SSCP
      – IAT III: CASP+, CCNP Security, CISA, CISSP (or Associate), GCED, GCIH

  • What are the DoD 8570 IAM certifications?
    • To meet DoD 8570.01-M Information Assurance Manager (IAM) requirements, you must earn one of the following certifications:

      – IAM I: Security+, CAP, GSLC
      – IAM II: CASP+, CAP, CISM, CISSP (or Associate), GSLC
      – IAM III: CISM, CISSP (or Associate), GSLC

  • What are the DoD 8570 IASAE certifications?
    • To meet DoD 8570.01-M Information Assurance System Architecture & Engineering (IASAE) requirements, you must earn one of the following certifications:

      – IASAE I: CASP+, CISSP (or Associate), CSSLP
      – IASAE II: CASP+, CISSP (or Associate), CSSLP

  • What are the DoD CSSP certifications?
    • To meet DoD Cybersecurity Service Providers (CSSP) requirements, you must earn one of the following certifications:

      – CSSP Infrastructure Support: CySA+, CEH, GICSP, SSCP
      – CSSP Incident Responder: CySA+, CEH, CFR, GCFA, GCIH, SCYBER
      – CSSP Auditor: CySA+, CEH, CISA, GSNA
      – CSSP Manager: CISM, CISSP-ISSMP

  • What are the DoD CE certifications?
    • According to 8570-01-M, “In addition to the IA baseline certification requirement for their level, IATs with privileged access must obtain appropriate Computing Environment (CE) certifications for the operating system(s) and/or security related tools/devices they support as required by their employing organization. If supporting multiple tools and devices, an IAT should obtain CE certifications for all the tools and devices they are supporting. At a minimum the IAT should obtain a certification for the tool or device he or she spends the most time supporting. For example, if an IAT is spending most of his or her time supporting security functions on a CISCO router, the IAT should obtain a CE certification for that equipment.”

  • Does Infosec accept SmartPay?
    • Yes, we have a SmartPay program for federal employees. Learn more about our SmartPay card pricing.

  • Does Infosec work with VetsInTech?
    • Yes, we partner with VetsInTech to help train and support our transitioning military, veterans and spouses. The program includes three weeks of intense training focused on building the skills required to earn the A+, Network+ and Security+ certifications. Check out our industry alliances page to learn more.

  • What is the NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework?
    • The NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework (NIST Special Publication 800-181) is used to help categorize cybersecurity work and job duties across the public, private and academic sectors. Infosec’s IT and security training is mapped to the NICE Framework’s seven categories of common cybersecurity functions: securely provision, operate and maintain, oversee and govern, protect and defend, analyze, collect and operate, and investigate.