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Incident Response – Lessons to be Better Prepared

BLOG — Incident response addresses the question: “How well did you prepare?” Your response to that question is directly related to your preparation. This supports the adage that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure—or response. This article takes a look at five basic lessons to consider when mitigating incidents to help you prepare and prevent a potential cyber incident.

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Professional Training

Cybersecurity Professional Training The CIAS is focused on empowering cybersecurity practitioners with real-world knowledge and skills to meet today’s security demands – and prevent tomorrow’s cyber threats. By helping individuals build up their cybersecurity professional capabilities, we can work toward a better prepared and knowledgeable national workforce. Through low-cost and

Customized Training

Training Customized for You The CIAS recognizes that every company and organization is unique and has different capabilities and needs. For more than 20 years, the CIAS has been delivering training courses and exercises to states and communities across the nation, as well as partnered with multiple organizations such as

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No Cost Training

NCPC No Cost Training As a partner of the National Cybersecurity Preparedness Consortium (NCPC), which develops and delivers cybersecurity training at no cost to participants through DHS-FEMA Continuing Training Grants, the CIAS has developed research-based cybersecurity courses aimed at helping individuals in states and communities nationwide to develop and improve

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Training Overview

Shape Enhance Your Cybersecurity Expertise Skillset Capabilities With Cybersecurity Training and Exercises Our mission is to improve cybersecurity knowledge and capabilities for every individual, organization, community and state. Our core competency is developing viable and sustainable cybersecurity programs to strengthen the nation’s cybersecurity preparedness. One way we do this is