Alpine Security Releases 2021 Q1 and Q2 Public Cybersecurity Training Schedule
Cybersecurity concerns are more severe than ever with data from the ISSA showing a 63 percent increase in attacks related to the COVID-19 crisis and a critical shortfall in cybersecurity personnel numbers. Alpine Security’s cybersecurity training aims to address these issues by helping the cybersecurity workforce develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to succeed.
Launched in O’Fallon, IL back in 2014, Alpine Security provides cybersecurity certification training and hands-on technical training. The most popular certification courses are CEH, CISSP, Security+, and CAP. All of Alpine Security’s courses are offered Live Online, include exam vouchers and fees, and include an exam pass guarantee.
“The goal with our cybersecurity training is to reduce the risk of cybercriminals stealing your data or wreaking havoc. The weakest cybersecurity link is people – end-users and professionals,” says Christian Espinosa, Alpine Security CEO.
Alpine Security provides both private and public cybersecurity training, delivered Live Online, In-Person, or Hybrid. Alpine Security’s public cybersecurity training schedule can be found here:
ABOUT ALPINE SECURITY:
Alpine Security is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) aimed at providing cybersecurity training and security assessment solutions to clients in the commercial and government sectors. The company was founded in 2014 by Christian Espinosa, a United States Air Force veteran with a background in cybersecurity spanning almost three decades. For more information visit: alpinesecurity.com.