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Cybersecurity Comprehensive Training Packages

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AACC's CyberCenter offers comprehensive training packages to government agencies, businesses and nonprofit organizations who need to build technical capacity in employees who do not have extensive education or work history in a particular subject area. Developed with affordability, flexibility and convenience in mind, each course combines theory and hands-on training using state-of-the-art equipment and cutting-edge curriculum. Each training focuses on building the knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform on the job while also integrating certification preparation where appropriate. Some self study may be required depending on each participant's ability. 

Attention Government Agencies-Become compliant with Department of Defense directive 8570 and purchase our training from GSA Schedule 70.

Cybersecurity Awareness and Organizational Training
- Cybersecurity Awareness Seminar 1-Practical Awareness* (15 hours)
- Cybersecurity Awareness Seminar 2-An Organizational Overview* (15 hours)
- Managing Information Security Risks, Threats and Vulnerabilities* (21.5 hours)
- Information Security and Risk Management Planning* (20 hours)
- Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery* (21.5 hours)

Introduction to Hardware and Software
- Theory and Troubleshooting Microcomputers (90 hours-A+ exam prep)

- Network Essentials CompTIA Network+ (60 hours-Net+ exam prep)
- Networking 1-4 (300 hours-CCNA exam prep)

Network Security and Cybersecurity
- Network Security Fundamentals CompTIA Security+ (60 hours-Security+ exam prep)
- Certified Ethical Hacking and Countermeasures (60 hours-C/EH exam prep)
- Protecting Networks with Firewalls and VPNs* (25 hours)
- Protecting Windows Systems with Access Controls, Encryption and Group Policy* (29 hours)
- Securing Web Applications* (22 hours)
- Information Security Capstone* (45 hours-CISSP exam prep)

Digital Cyber Forensics
- Cyber Forensics 1 (45 hours)
- Cyber Forensics 2 (45 hours)
- Cyber Forensics 3 (60 hours)
- Computer Forensics Evidence Collection* (23 hours)

What is a Credit vs. Noncredit Course?
As a fully accredited community college, AACC can offer many of training options for college credit. By credit we mean you earn credit toward an associate degree, certificate or letter of recognition.

By noncredit we mean continuing education. Noncredit continuing education courses cannot be used or transferred to a credit degree, but many noncredit job training and skill building courses lead to industry certifications and participants earn continuing education units (CEUs).

Courses marked with an asterisk (*) are noncredit.