TCS Helps Launch Cyber Training Courses; Drew Morin Comments

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TeleCommunication Systems has partnered with the International Council of Electronic Commerce Consultants to introduce its cyber training courses to help meet the demand for cybersecurity training services.

The Center for Advanced Security Training program works to match the security professionals’ cyber skills to performance-based capabilities through laboratory exercises, TCS said Friday.

“There is a growing demand for vendor-agnostic training that informs IT professionals as to issues and trends in cybersecurity,” said Drew Morin, TCS senior vice president and chief technology officer.

TCS will work to analyze skills gap and assess student performance using its Art of Exploitation system combined with the PerformanScore skill development tool.

The company will offer courses in digital media forensics, network exploitation concepts and methods, network forensics, packet and traffic analysis and machine assembly language comprehension.

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