Cybersecurity

Training

Information security training is vital to successfully facing the mounting threats posed to individuals and organizations. Most of the resources listed here are free. Although such courses are not a substitute for formal, paid classes, they can certainly serve as a good starting point.

State, Local, Territorial or Tribal (SLTT) Employees

Federal Virtual Training Environment

Earn a DHS/FEMA Certificate of Completion

Earn Continuing Education Units (CEU) upon course completion

Courses are intended for:

  • Non-Technical End-users
  • Technical IT Professionals
  • Business Managers and Professionals

Veterans, US Government Employees and Federal Contractors

Federal Virtual Training Environment

Earn a DHS/FEMA Certificate of Completion

Earn Continuing Education Units (CEU) upon course completion

Courses are intended for:

  • Non-Technical End-users
  • Technical IT Professionals
  • Business Managers and Professionals

Adults

Coursera, Inc

Free online courses from participating universities (Certifications cost extra)

Courses span a wide variety of topics including Computer Science and Cybersecurity

Federal Virtual Training Environment

Carnegie Mellon University – Software Engineering Institute Podcast Series

This series of podcasts provides both general principles and specific starting points for those who want to make sure that their security program is as good as it can be

Youth

The Carnegie Cyber Academy

At the Academy, we train our cadets in online safety so that they can protect themselves and others from the attacks of malicious Cyber Villains.

NetSmartz Videos

This is a free video series that presents digital safety in a fun and age-appropriate manner. The content is divided into Elementary and Middle and High school age groups.

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