The global cybersecurity skills shortage is no secret. Analysts estimate that in the next five years, over five million cybersecurity jobs will be unfilled. Almost 90% of the data breaches are caused by human errors, reinforcing the need for continuous employee education on cybersecurity. Cybersecurity is certainly not an easy field to keep up within a world where threats are constantly evolving and changing. To stay secure, you need to be learning, researching, and practicing constantly.
Each training is built on orderly methodologies for the benefit of advanced cyber training.
Each training class has a linked page with documentation of what happened during the lesson, access to files and tools.
ThinkCyber believes that the ability to transfer knowledge in the cyberworld is a skill that needs to be acquired; therefore, as part of the knowledge transfer to the customer, the company trains the future trainers on how to transfer knowledge, produce labs, and use the simulator language, Snart, to produce relevant and up-to-date scenarios in the CYBERIUM simulator.
Learning the System
Familiarity with the CYBERIUM functions and future development that will affect the trainer's use.
Solving and Creating Labs
The trainees will create another solution for every lab and add additional questions to existing labs.
Tools / Cheat Sheet
Create relevant documents that will help future students with different commands.
Trainees train the other participants and get class feedback to improve their teaching capabilities.
Using Snart, the development language of the CYBERIUM simulator, the trainees will build scenarios.
The most popular books in the cyberworld are now also in Hebrew: Introduction to Information Security, Malware Analysis, and Penetration Testing.