NJVC and InfoSec Institute Partner to Provide Cyber Security Training Services
CHANTILLY, Va., March 18, 2014— NJVC®, an information technology solutions provider headquartered in northern Virginia, and InfoSec Institute, an information security training company, announce a strategic partnership to provide cyber security training services. Via this agreement, NJVC can now implement federal government and military formal training programs that fall under Department of Defense 8570 training mandates.
“NJVC is excited to enhance its current information security training portfolio through this partnership with the InfoSec Institute,” said Lynn DeCourcey, NJVC vice president and general manager, cyber security. “Pairing NJVC’s mission-proven cyber security solutions with InfoSec Institute’s cyber training expertise creates a very powerful and comprehensive solution to customers. Having a well-trained cyber engineering workforce should be a goal of all organizations focused on protecting customer data and intellectual property. ”
InfoSec Institute possesses more than 15 years of experience providing professional information security training, utilizing industry experts as instructors and providing hands-on labs, intensive study exercises and an extensive online course catalog. The company develops and maintains custom course curricula, and can conduct courses at customer sites or third-party training facilities. Since its establishment, more than 97 percent of its 45,000-plus students have passed professional certification exams.
NJVC will serve as a reseller of InfoSec Institute’s extensive library of information security training courses. This catalog includes boot camps leading to industry certifications, as well as specialized course offerings that seek to raise skill levels of cyber professionals to counter new and emerging cyber threats.
“InfoSec Institute is proud to partner with NJVC, a company with a legacy of cyber security achievement and innovation, including defending and strengthening the highly secure environments of the defense and intelligence communities,” said Rich Griffin, InfoSec Institute director of channel sales. “NJVC is committed to educating all customers and end users and raising the industry awareness of how cyber training can be used to reduce risk to IT systems.
NJVC® provides customers with innovative solutions to critical mission, business and technology challenges. As a proven systems integrator for more than a decade, NJVC offers a wide breadth of IT and strategic solutions to clients focusing on IT automation and services integration, secure cloud services, managed security services and printing solutions. NJVC provides services to both government and commercial customers whose operations depend on high performance, agility and advanced security. We partner with our clients to support their missions with security-cleared, dedicated and talented employees ready to deploy globally. To learn more, visit www.njvc.com
About InfoSec Institute
Founded in 1998 by an expert team of information security instructors, InfoSec Institute offers the best possible training experience for students utilizing industry experts as instructors, the most up to date hands-on labs and intensive study exercises that enable more than 97 percent of its 45,000+ students the knowledge and experience to pass their certificate exams. For more information, visit our websites at https://www.infosecinstitute.com/?utm_source=resources&utm_medium=infosec%20network&utm_campaign=fallback&utm_content=hyperlink and http://www.intenseschool.com or call us at 866.471.0059 to speak with one of our training representatives.
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