Workforce Services

Spring 2014

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Cybersecurity Cyberforce Superiority ™ Cyberforce Superiority™, a 5-day course training cyber operators to be more broadly based, integrating offense, defense and forensics into a holistic program. Many experts agree that cyber is a new warfighting domain, requiring new approaches and new skills.  Unlike most cyber training courses that emphasize either computer security or hacking skills, this course is designed to give students a preliminary integrated understanding of the methodologies and interrelated offensive and defensive factors that come into play when training a cyber warrior.  Students will learn a sample of the introductory, midlevel, and high-level tactics used for Computer Network Operations (CNO) including Computer Network Attack (CNA) & Computer Network Exploitation (CNE), Computer Network Defense (CND), as well as Computer forensics.  Topics of instruction include: ethical hacking, Boolean Logic, networking for both advanced Unix and Windows, vulnerability identification, computer exploit development, and reverse engineering.  This is a practical course with instruction that is focused on in-class computer exercises and lab work.   This course is offered in partnership with the Intelligence & Security Academy and Raytheon Solipsys. Dr. Mark Lowenthal, President of the Intelligence & Security Academy and internationally recognized expert in U.S. intelligence, will kick-off this course. Instruction over the five-days will be provided by subject matter expert(s) from Raytheon Solipsys' Cyber Exploitation Unit. Please join us for an Open House highlighting the Cyberforce Superiority™ course to be offered Spring 2014. A brief presentation followed by a Q&A session with subject matter experts from the Intelligence & Security Academy and Raytheon Solipsys will be held. Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about this course from the experts! Date:Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014 Time: 8 – 10 a.m. Location: Stultz Center at Piedmont Virginia Community College, Room 116 RSVP: workforce@pvcc.edu or 434.961.5354 Please RSVP by Tuesday, Feb. 4. 60065 LAWS M-F 4/28-5/2 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. RM 127 Lowenthal $4,495 PVCC Spring 2014 Workforce Services Class Schedule 23

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