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Infosec Skills enables users to upskill and certify security, IT and engineering teams with a hands-on cybersecurity training platform that scales to meet an organization's needs. Assess teams and close skills gaps with hands-on cyber ranges, projects and courses mapped to the NICE Workforce Framework for Cybersecurity and MITRE ATT&CK® Framework — or upgrade to a live boot camp for instructor-led training to certify a team.
Infosec Skills includes 1,200+ hands-on courses, cyber ranges and labs to:
Prepare teams for MITRE ATT&CK tactics and techniques with hands-on labs in cloud-hosted cyber ranges
Guide team development with 130+ learning paths mapped to the NICE Framework
Assess knowledge and skills to pinpoint gaps and training needs
Gauge exam readiness with customizable certification practice exams
Fast-track certification with 100+ live, instructor-led boot camps
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- Keeps curriculum current in changing times
- Instructors and always knowledgeable and helpful
- Many options to learn different skills through course choices
- Large class, multiple student options are available
- Sometimes communications are delayed
- Relevant Information
- Up to date coursework
- More hands on labs
- Courses are presented in small chunks, so busy people can proceed without needing to split segments up, and can get whole subject area in one sitting
- Subjects are well organized, a good mix of "theory" and real world examples
- Completion certifications are available to suit a wide variety of continuing education requirements
- Courses are well-paced and clearly presented, easy to follow
- Maybe more options for downloading course content for off-line review
- Inclusion of more video segments
- Close-captioning (or maybe I just didn't see the option)
- Clear learning path
- Solid background information
- Ability to move at my desired pace
- Course material dissemination
- Social networking
- Relaxed classroom environment
- Competent instructors
- Exam Practice Questions
- Training content
- Great training instructors
- Mobile app should be there so that we can learn on the go
- Website can be more user friendly
- More payment options would be appreciated
The biggest isssue i have with infosec skills was, they do not have android / IOS app. Apart from it i would suggest them to more focus on flash cards based study so that student would be able to remember certain difficult terms.
- Specific topics in cybersecurity for rapid reading.
- Broad range of different themes.
- Practical scenarios to improve skills.
- We would like to see more cyber ranges coming.
- Classroom-like environment
- Learning pace
- Ability to network with other people in the field
- Test prep materials
- a form of what MS had as a second shot opportunity
- a list of other courses that may be of interest
- Easy to use interface.
- Customizable/personalizable training programs.
- Offers add-ons such as bootcamps.
- Some trainings are hard to search for.
- Sometimes reporting is incomplete (missing info).
- The class was the right amount of depth for our needs.
- The classes were a week long boot camp style which is a good amount of time.
- The test was included in the class.
- Training at the customer location
- Hands-On labs
- Easy to follow material
- Easy navigation
- More hands-on labs
- Easier ways to assign courses and lessons
- Easier visual for reporting
- Provided a detailed map of the courses and what you need to learn/practice to keep up the pace.
- Instructors were responsive and available during and after the course.
- Course pricing was on the higher side compared to other companies, but the value for the higher premium still pays dividends to this day.
- The course started each day at 8 am. I live in US Central time, so it was no problem. However, there were students attending from California where it was 6 am for them. Maybe start classes at 9 [am]?
- Make class recordings available longer than 3 months from the course end, or make them available for purchase at least.
- A little less marketing to take more classes would be good. Sometimes feels like a little too much email.
- Detailed Training Videos
- Specific content related to an information technology subject
- Competitive pricing
- Adding to course content with updated material related to today's threats
- Matching certification exams with course content so it is more instructive
- The real-life examples are very helpful
- The replies to errors--our favorite is the phishing tool
- The ease of use
- It would be great for more varied modalities. The recent choose your own adventure type game is an example. This is especially important for students who do not readily participate in class, who prefer not to speak up
- Add accessibility
- Include examples from a variety of fields--not only tech environments
- Keep being current
- The courses are mapped directly to the Workforce Framework for Cybersecurity.
- The CISM, CEH, and CISM certification training courses are aligned towards career growth.
- The Skill Assessment product is very useful to measure where your strengths and needs.
- Industry specific case studies analysis can be included in each course.
- Ethical hacking simulation module can be included for practice safely.
- I would like to see more interdisciplinary topics can be included as Cyber Security no longer operates in silos.
- Concise training
- Preparation for certification
- Efficient knowledge transfer
- Continued customer connections
- Makes users aware of threats.
- Support and documentation is great. Likely find most answers you need right away.
- Friendly interface for all kinds of users.
- Provides valuable insight on each course but sometimes videos can leave you hanging where to select to move onto next item. Only happened in one.
- Two factor authentication might be worth implementing?
- The structured paths
- The video lessons are clear and to the point
- They have a lot of themes and topics covered
- I wish they have more on [the] data recovery subject
- I wish they provide[d] PDF manuals
- I wish they provide[d] downloadable content
Less appropriate, to give specific training to specialists, or to use it as a study guide before certification exams.
I would like to have more content, more case studies, more downloadable manuals, [checklists] or fill-in and sample documents to really use the information on specific projects for our company [...] and to offer to our clients.
- Provide guidance
- Help assess situations
- Provide credibility for suggestions
- Some detailed items are hard to implement without details in the book
- Some skills aren't currently used in my company
- Staying relevant to todays technology
- Live training from anywhere
- Industry proven instructors
- Detailed material
- Updated material to stay on top of changes
- Better lab tools
- OS Administration
- Cyber security
- Movil app
- Simple web interface
- Good teachers
- Extensive library of content
- Content is broken into bite-sized focused areas
- Practice tests seem to do a fair job of identifying areas of competency
- Would be nice [for] Android/IOS/Roku apps to view video content on (Or the ability to cast).
- Course progress tracker sometimes doesn't work right when marking a video as complete.
- Post results of [the] practice exam should indicate the section/domain that you need work on (Break down by the amount of right/wrong per section of [the] test).
- Price seems to kind of high for individuals outside of an organization (Initially, there were no annual plans to save on monthly costs and I can't seem to be able to change it without canceling my account).
- Sets a solid learning foundation
- Helps with verification preparation
- Can be easily implemented in any learning plans
- Some content was dated
- Some videos seemed to cover some content really quick
- Consider adding in some other trainings
- Boot Camps
- Cyber Range
- Infosec Insiders
- Honestly the only negative I've had was the test prep book sent as part of RHCSA Boot Camp. It seemed the author rushed publication to address the release of RHEL8. Unfortunately he left containers out completely. I think this has been sorted in a later edition.
- Remote Learning process.
- Instructor knowledge.
- Content organization.
- Testing prep.
- All pricing options available.