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FedVTE Has a NEW Look! And a new Supply Chain course!

FedVTE has a NEW LOOK!

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*The Federal Virtual Training Environment (FedVTE) provides free online cybersecurity training to U.S. government employees, Federal contractors, and veterans.


FedVTE NEW Course Alert! Cyber Supply Chain Risk Management  (C-SCRM)

The C-SCRM course is NOW LIVE on the Federal Virtual Training Environment (FedVTE)! Please log in or create your FedVTE account here:

Understanding the cyber risks to the supply chain…

The purpose of this course is to educate the learner about cyber supply chain risk management, also known as C-SCRM, and the role it plays within our society today. This course will teach learners how to securely provision, analyze, oversee and govern, protect and defend a supply chain.


  • Describe product supply chains and life cycles
  • Identify the role of adversaries in supply chain risk management
  • Define the risks associated with supply chains
  • State the principles of supply chain management
  • Identify security measures taken to protect a supply chain
  • Apply suggested tools to address supply chain vulnerabilities
  • Explain how knowledge of the "internet of things" (IOT) is used to evaluate products as IOT devices
  • Recognize potential dangers posed by various devices brought to work
  • Identify the threats outlined for acquisitions personnel through the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)
  • Define how to personally safeguard your organization’s cybersecurity

Training Purpose: Securely Provision, Analyze, Oversee and Govern, Protect and Defend

Specialty Areas:  Risk Management, Software Development, Systems Development, Systems Requirements Planning, All-Source Analysis, Exploitation Analysis, Targets, Threat Analysis, Cybersecurity Management, Program/Project Management and Acquisition, Strategic Planning and Policy, Cyber Defense Analysis, Cyber Defense Infrastructure Support

Training Area: Level 1 - Basic

Remember, ALL FedVTE courses are aligned to the NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.


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