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MoreThis site is dedicated to increasing security awareness among the general population and the technology community. The Basic Security section is focused on security awareness for the average person. The Advanced Security section should be of interest to technologists, senior management and legislators involved in security awareness efforts.

Direct access to security information makes this site unique. Within a few clicks, you should have access to what you are looking for. If you can't find what you need, please let us know. We will do our best to assist you.

 

You can find security awarenes training resources here:

Security Awareness for IT Users - InfoSec Institute
InfoSec Institute is consistently rated as one of the top providers for Security Awareness Program training for users of IT systems. With a systematic approach, multiple delivery formats (instructor-led, CBT/WBT, SCORM formatted modules), and access to industry recognized subject matter experts, InfoSec Institute has what it takes to raise critical security awareness issues in a thought provoking manner for your organization.

Security Awareness for IT Professionals - InfoSec Institute
InfoSec Institute provides a deeper level of security awareness training for technical audiences, honing in on the specific issues that individual IT Professionals need to know in order to secure their infrastructure.

Security Awareness for Software Developers (.NET, Java, C/C++) - InfoSec Institute
Software developers are increasingly under task to develop more secure applications. Without the requisite knowledge, it is an insurmountable task. InfoSec Institute bridges the gap between poorly designed and executed code and secure code with the internationally recognized Security Awareness for Software Developers line of courses.

 



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