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Security Innovation Continues to Dominate the Software Security Training Market

Company Earns Multiple Gold Winner Awards and Becomes DHS NICCS Program Partner

Security Innovation, a leader in software security assessments and training, announced it has won Cybersecurity Excellence Awards for its next generation Attack & Defend training platform. The company further announced it has become a DHS NICCS Training Provider, largely due to its expansive catalog that maps directly to NISTs National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) framework.

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Anchored by CMD+CTRL cyber range, the industry’s only simulator focused on software (not network) security, the company earned gold winner for Best Cybersecurity Education Provider and Best Breach & Attack Simulation Product.  The company’s blended learning approach of structured training combined with hands-on simulation exercises is systematically deployed to development, security, and IT teams, producing measurable improvements that are unrivaled.  Recently released courses on securing microservices, containers, orchestration, and cloud infrastructure as code ensures that organizations moving to DevOps can mitigate the risk introduced by accelerated development cycles.  To date, the company has trained more than 3,000,000 security and technical professionals.

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The National Initiative for Cybersecurity Careers and Studies (NICCS) is part of NIST’s NICE program, which includes a robust framework that defines 7 Specialty Areas and 52 Work Roles. To ensure the quality of the NICCS Education and Training Providers, the NICCS Supervisory Office created a set of vetting criteria. This criterion validates that the courses listed in the catalog are offered by organizations recognized for providing quality resources aligned to the NICE Framework.

“As technology advances, we must develop a workforce of well-trained cybersecurity professionals. The substantial investment made by the U.S. in programs like NICCS helps identify high-quality education and training programs needed to advance careers and close the skill gaps in the cybersecurity workforce,” said Lisa Parcella, Vice President of Product Management. “The Cybersecurity Excellence Awards are further validation that this company is building industry-leading solutions to address that very challenge.”

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