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The Brand New NICCS Website: Training Spotlight

In anticipation of our site redesign coming this fall, NICCS is letting our visitors know what to expect with our new site. Content has been streamlined to deliver a more concise and focused experience, in the hope that all of our users may find the information they need.
 
The core of our website will remain the Education and Training Catalog. With thousands of classroom-based and online courses, the catalog offers students and professionals a window into available cybersecurity degree programs, certification and training.
 
Users can search for courses based on geolocation, specialty area, or proficiency.  Users may also search for specific providers, course topics, or certifications. All of the courses remain mapped to the National Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.
 
The intuitive design and innovative technology will make it easier for any user to find information quickly. We look forward to sharing our new site with you this fall.
 
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