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Veterans, Are You Interested In Free Cybersecurity Training?

As a Veteran, did you know you have access to free cybersecurity training on the Federal Virtual Training Environment (FedVTE)?  The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) wants to help Veterans transition to their next mission: a rewarding cybersecurity career. DHS teamed up with Hire Our Heroes to provide U.S. Veterans with access to FedVTE.  FedVTE provides free cybersecurity training to U.S. federal, state, local, tribal and territorial government employees, along with U.S. Military Personnel and Veterans.

FedVTE contains over 60 courses ranging from beginner to advanced, including popular cybersecurity certification preparation courses like Security +, Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Along with certification prep courses, FedVTE offers training on a variety of introductory topics including 101 Coding, 101 Critical Infrastructure Protection, and 101 Reverse Engineering.

Interested in learning more about FedVTE and how you can start a career in cybersecurity?

Join our Veterans FedVTE Webinar. We will walk through how to register for a FedVTE account and explore training and education resources available for Veterans.

Upcoming Veterans FedVTE Webinar dates:

March

April

This is part of an ongoing series. Keep an eye on the NICCS Events page for future webinar information.

Additionally, check out the NICCS Veterans page to find additional resources available to Veterans. Some of these resources include a Veterans Guide and information about cybersecurity degree programs and scholarship opportunities for Veterans interested in cybersecurity education. 

*Please note, content is the same for both sessions.

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