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5/12/2020
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6 Free Cybersecurity Training and Awareness Courses

Most are designed to help organizations address teleworking risks related to COVID-19 scams.
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Who: The nonprofit Information System Security Certification Consortium (ISC)2 offers a wide range of training and certification courses for cybersecurity professionals. It is best-known as the organization behind the CISSP certification and other popular programs, including the Certified Information Systems Security Professional course and the Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) and Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP) certifications. 
What: (ISC)2 is offering free access to everyone to its recently released 'Utilizing Big Data' course ($200 value). The organization is also offering a heavily discounted all-access pass to its entire catalog of Professional Development Institute courses. For $649, individuals can now access all 35 PDI courses that (ISC)2  offers. Typically, the bundle is valued at $10,420.
The nonprofit is also offering its core CISSP and CCSP courses at a 33% discount. The self-faced CISSP program is now available for $561 versus $849, and the self-paced online CCSP program is now priced at $496 instead of the usual $749. Discounts are also available for (ISC)2 online instructor-led courses. Details are available here.
Why: 'This is a challenging time for many organizations as well as the cybersecurity professionals who keep them safe from cyberattacks, as they work to support remote workforces and keep their businesses running,' said Wesley Simpson, COO of (ISC)2 in announcing the discounts.
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(ISC)2

Who: The nonprofit Information System Security Certification Consortium (ISC)2 offers a wide range of training and certification courses for cybersecurity professionals. It is best-known as the organization behind the CISSP certification and other popular programs, including the Certified Information Systems Security Professional course and the Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) and Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP) certifications.

What: (ISC)2 is offering free access to everyone to its recently released "Utilizing Big Data" course ($200 value). The organization is also offering a heavily discounted all-access pass to its entire catalog of Professional Development Institute courses. For $649, individuals can now access all 35 PDI courses that (ISC)2 offers. Typically, the bundle is valued at $10,420.

The nonprofit is also offering its core CISSP and CCSP courses at a 33% discount. The self-faced CISSP program is now available for $561 versus $849, and the self-paced online CCSP program is now priced at $496 instead of the usual $749. Discounts are also available for (ISC)2 online instructor-led courses. Details are available here.

Why: "This is a challenging time for many organizations as well as the cybersecurity professionals who keep them safe from cyberattacks, as they work to support remote workforces and keep their businesses running," said Wesley Simpson, COO of (ISC)2 in announcing the discounts.

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