By enrolling in an Intense School Boot Camp, you receive more than a premiere Security Certification: you receive an intensive learning experience, an immersion into the culture and skills of the Security Professional. Our program will teach you how to design, manage, implement and administer using security principles and techniques that will protect your company's information assets from every angle. No matter the size of your company, if you do not already have Certified Security Professionals on the IT staff, your information assets are in jeopardy. Most organizations have catastrophic, though avoidable, failures waiting to happen. Firewalls and dependable tape backup devices are both essential tools of the trade, but the only real security comes from having trained and certified professionals.
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For the corporate decision-maker, having certified security professionals is a no-brainer. Certification gives the assurance that the candidate has acquired a broad knowledge of security concerns. For the IT professional, the advantages of being a certified security professional are outstanding. According to Gartner Group, Inc., by 2007, 50 percent of Global 2000 corporations (the international equivalent of the Fortune 2000) will hire executive staff for the centralized development and implementation of Information Security policies. In the next three years, Gartner reported that information security certification will be required for 60 percent of Chief Information Security officers and associated staff.
Security Certification, however, is not just for executive officers: everyone in the information technology business, from system administrator to code-writers, need to demonstrate an understanding of information security principles.
My instructor was quick to accomodate the learning needs of everyone in the classroom both as a group and on an individual level as well.
- John Godwin
The material was good and very informative, the instructor was extremely knowledgable
- Marc Henscheid - AEH
The course couldn't have been any better. Our instructor was very knowledgeable about the various topics discussed during the training and was able to provide various examples in order to help solidify course concepts.
- Richard Valdez
BNSF Railway Company
The course materials were clear and to the point. The labs really help you understand what was going on. I had an amazing instructor. I was overly impressed by his knowledge and skills.
- Anthony Pierce
ICF International - Jacob & Sundstrom
There are many of us entering these classes that are managers and not programmers. The step-by-step is very helpful for those that don't know Linux or C as well.
- Brant Bertrand - AEH
Instructor demonstrated advanced knowledge of the subject matter as well as INFOSEC in general. He provided us with all of the tools and reference materials we needed to perform the DIACAP process. The course materials are great!
- TR Piller
Instructor was very intelligent and had lots of experience to draw on, outside of the written paterial that made it more interesting. I was very pleased with him.
- Sandra L. Speck
Sandra Speck Company
The instructor had an excellent demeanor and candor, very knowledgable about IT industry in general and many different fields in specific.
- Jose Rengel
A great instructor, very intelligent and well spoken and excellent course materials.
- Jeff Clemmons
The instructor was very knowledgeable about the pen testing and ethical hacking. He was great in delivering the lectures, lab and was very helpful in having us complete the capture the flag exercises. In addition, he provided valuable insight about security in general and pen testing in particular.
- Tijan Drammeh
University of Maryland University College
My instructor is an excellent instructor. knowledgeable and good in the Net+, generally in computer training and other related area. he is very good. The quality of the course materials are perfect.
- Lucy Fakeye - Net+
Instructor was to the point, and stayed on topic. Appreciated that he doesn't get led off tangents by students questions.
- Mark Yu