But that is just the start. For the next step, we just announced that we are providing universal access to our NSE program. As of this quarter, NSE level 1 courses are currently available to the public free of charge, and NSE levels 2 and 3 will start to become available in the second quarter of 2017.I can't vouch for the training but the syllabus looks pretty comprehensive, if extremely Fortinet centered. If you are looking for some free training check it out, let me know if it's any good.
Thursday, June 15, 2017
Free Network Security Training
Messing around on twitter last nigh and found a link to ITSP Magazine (I assume it stands for IT Security Professional) via a podcast that some woman was pushing. I've never heard of Ariel Robinson or the Magazine before so I poked around a bit and found an article titled "Companies Are Taking the Cybersecurity Skills Gap into Their Own Hands" which mainly seems to center on Fortinet's Network Security Expert program, which is now offering free training:
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