ISACA Authorizes TCS for Cyber Certification Program Training; Drew Morin Comments

Drew Morin
Drew Morin

TeleCommunication Systems' Art of Exploitation training group has been authorized by ISACA to provide skills-based training and performance-based exams in cloud environments under the nonprofit association's Cybersecurity Nexus certification program.

ISACA's CSX program seeks to hone incident response skills among professionals during cyber attacks and corresponds with the National Institute of Standards and Technology‘s National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education structure, TCS said Monday.

Instructors at TCS AoE training team work to provide training on vulnerability analysis, reverse engineering, software development, defense strategies, forensics and penetration testing to professionals in order to help protect data infrastructure from cyber threats.

“As cybersecurity threats continue to spread, it is imperative that organizations have qualified personnel to detect, triage and eliminate these threats,“ said Drew Morin, senior vice president and chief technology officer at TCS.

“As an Authorized Training Organization for ISACA, TCS is fully committed in arming cybersecurity first responders with valuable, current and hands-on skills to address network incidents in the defense of our nation’s critical infrastructure.”

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