The scope of Cybersecurity




Cisco: CCENT, CCNA, CCNA+Security, CCNA+VOIP, CCNA+WIRELESS, (Project Management) PMP, CISSP, SCP: Tactical and Perimeter Defense EC-Council Disaster Recovery Professional (EDRP)EC-Council: Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Computer Forensic Investigation Training (CHFI), EC Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA),Microsoft: MCP, MCITP - Server Administrator 2008, MCITP SQL, SQL-BI CompTIA: CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, CompTIA Security+, CompTIA Server+

GET CERTIFIED! The computer systems design and related services industry are expected to experience rapid growth, and shortage of skill sets needed to match the demand.- Certifications: benchmark employers use to determine skill sets; validated proof of industry recognized skills with current and specialized technologies.

Jobs in Information Technology (IT), are among the fastest growing in the world.

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Cybersecurity organization’s objective - ensure that co. is able to effectively detect, prevent, and respond to cyber threats against their technology infrastructure.

The scope of Cybersecurity comprises detection and monitoring of threats and vulnerabilities, managing security incidents, and evolving their preventive infrastructure to keep ahead of the threat.

Companies accomplish this through strong information security leadership and active collaboration with line of business information risk managers to provide high quality security solutions and services that are focused on improving the Firm's risk posture.

As a Program Lead within Cybersecurity:

Support team efforts on improving capabilities to detect, prevent, & respond to cyber threats.

Strong self-starter who can:
 - proactively engage a virtual cross organizational team without formal direction, and who has senior level interpersonal skills such as influence management, negotiation, and analytical/problem solving skills.

Support the company wide integration team members in:      
- Coordinating resources, managing priorities, and providing support for tools and processes that are used to maintain and improve services throughout their lifecycle.

CompTIA: CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, CompTIA Security+, CompTIA Server+
Microsoft: MCP, MCITP - Server Administrator 2008, MCITP SQL, SQL-BI
EC-Council: Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Computer Forensic Investigation Training (CHFI), EC Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA),
EC-Council Disaster Recovery Professional (EDRP)
Cisco: CCENT, CCNA, CCNA+Security, CCNA+VOIP, CCNA+WIRELESS, (Project Management) PMP, CISSP, SCP: Tactical and Perimeter Defense

Military Network - The Group was initially established in February 2008 and expanded and extended services with the continuing support of our members and partner group members.

Mission - To achieve continuous improvement in the lives and well-being of all serving and former members of the Armed Forces and their families.

Our Goal - To assist veterans as serving members to successfully transition into civilian life, optimize their potential and lead a Veteran-driven economic recovery.

Our Role - Assist you optimize potential and build a fulfilling and successful life.

A turn-key, actionable, Military transition solution of unparalleled value!
Training / Certification / Sourcing / Apprenticeship

Specialties - Veteran Educational Benefits, Veteran and Adult I.T. Education / Training, Retention and Recruiting Strategy, Online and Traditional I.T. Education / Training Delivery / Sourcing needs of Fortune 500 Companies / Strategic Planning / Business Planning Sales, Marketing and Business Development / Client Relationship Management

Objective - Develop the creation of long-term value from customers, markets, and relationships.

Strategic Planning - Define and develop the long-term strategic goals for Business Development, Partnerships and overall long term strategic context.

Business Planning - Analyze the progress of and make recommendations for adjustments/interventions as required

Client Relationship Management
- Actively manage key relationships with existing and prospective clients
-Work closely with partners, consultants and staff as needed on the delivery of service initiative

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21st Century
National IT Apprenticeship System

Executive Summary

21st Century I.T. Apprenticeship System - reflects state of the art in apprenticeship. The system was created jointly by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) and the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) to provide American corporations and American workers with the benefits of high productivity and economic value through voluntary participation in a nationally recognized and industry-validated system of apprenticeship.

Programs - seven apprenticeship programs designed to ensure the United States (U.S.) IT workforce maintains global competitive advantage

Provides * IT workforce development program for the U. S. Information Technology Industry. * U.S. IT employers with the ability to secure competitive advantage through increasing the productivity of its IT workforce in the shortest possible period of time.

Under apprenticeship ILT, highly contextualized OJL, competency validation, certification and performance measurement are combined elements in a worker’s credentialing process.

The result is a better-trained worker who becomes fully productive in a shorter time.

Robert Wilson
President, Military Network
MCP, Certified N.I.T.A.S.(National IT Apprenticeship System)

CompTIA, U.S. Department of Labor
(USDNITAS): Certified NITAS Consultant

PH: 859.428.8163 * E-Mail: Mil-Net@outlook.com 

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We work to connect military veterans and their families seeking civilian jobs with companies who have open career opportunities. If you or anyone in your network is looking for work either stateside or overseas, I encourage you to check out the job posts in the Careers Directory of my site http://www.military-civilian.com. All career postings are free to view, with no login required, and you can submit your resume directly there. You can also sign up for our Hot Jobs newsletter or RSS feeds to get all our job posts straight to your inbox, or join our Hot Jobs for Veterans and their Families group on LinkedIn at http://bit.ly/Military-Civilian. Thanks for the opportunity to share this--the more we spread the word, the more veterans we can help find jobs! Lucy Jensen

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