IT Training Solutions Announces Partnership with Mile2

IT Training Solutions is pleased to announce a partnership with Mile2.

 

Mile2 is more than just a certification organization; they are a leader in cyber security training with renowned authors who have developed cutting edge training and labs. Mile2 certifications are approved by the NSA and are used to train our armed forces. What’s unique about Mile2 courses is that the cost of the course includes not only training, but all courseware in digital and printed format, as well as the exam voucher. The course can be delivered in live-remote format, as well as onsite. For onsite courses, the certification exam is given at the end of class and participants walk out with both knowledge and a new certification.

 

Mile2 has expertise in ethical hacking, penetration testing, secure coding, web application testing, incident handling, disaster recovery and business continuity.   Having provided services to military, government, private sector and educational institutions, Mile 2 has the experience to work in all sectors.

 

The FBI has classified many Mile2 certifications as Tier 1 certifications for their agents to meet their Cyber background requirements.

 

Mile2 has a CyberRange that can support up to 40 people from one company at a time doing secure Red Hat/Blue Hat penetration exercises.  This is a unique opportunity for team training.

 

Mile2 will go the “extra mile” in providing services.  IT Training Solutions is excited to partner with such a globally respected cyber security organization.

 

Please view our Mile2 schedule, with classes available throughout 2017.

 

For more information about Mile2 courses and certifications contact Megan Monroe, IT Director, 509-294-2927 or meganm@stronger.tech

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