CyberSec First Responder Certifications by CertNexus Enhance Corporate Cybersecurity Practices
Industry: Information Technology
The "Blue Team" certification for cybersecurity professionals is now available in over 20 locations around the world.
Rochester, NY (PRUnderground) January 10th, 2019
CertNexus, one of the leading IoT and cybersecurity certification developers, has now launched a new set of dates for its CyberSec First Responder CFR certification.
CFR, considered the “Blue Team” certification for cybersecurity, is a comprehensive certification that validates the skill sets of cybersecurity professionals and ensures their competency to handle cyber threats before, during, and after an attack.
Developed with ANSI and DoD 8570 standards, this course and certification are now being offered as virtual courses or in person at CertNexus’ 20+ Authorized Training Partners around the world. CFR is designed for individuals who are interested in developing their cybersecurity experience, and who have experience working with critical information systems as part of a CERT/SCIRT/SOC. The certification can be taken online via the FastTest delivery system or in person at certified test centers with a Proctor.
“We’re very proud of the work that’s gone into the creation of CFR-310 and are pleased to see the demand for a certification like this,” says Megan Branch, COO of CertNexus.
Candidates who are interested in taking this certification can find an Authorized Training Partner nearest them at https://www.certnexus.com/course-locator/ or may take it online April 1-5 or June 10-14 by visiting https://www.certnexus.com/get-trained/
CertNexus develops certifications for IT professionals which meet the most robust, rigorous development standards possible. Many of CertNexus’ exams follow a development process that conforms to the American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 17024:2012 standard, which outlines a global framework for developing personnel certification programs. If a certification is not ANSI accredited, it still follows the same rigorous process, but that one that is slightly more streamlined. In all cases, CertNexus partners with highly knowledgeable and talented industry experts during development to ensure the integrity and quality of each exam. For more information, connect with Certnexus at https://www.certnexus.com