Curricula announced today that it has raised a $3M growth investment from RCP Equity to continue the rapid expansion of their fun, story-based security awareness training platform.
Root-Me has been engaged for more than 10 years in a community approach aimed at democratizing IT security. Root-Me now offers a Premium subscription service allowing access to content adapted to the latest technologies and environments.
Cyberbit today announced that it has mapped training scenarios for Cyberbit Range, its cybersecurity training and simulation platform, to the NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.
Cybrary, the world’s largest, online cybersecurity career development platform, announced today it has secured $15 million in Series B funding. The funding round is led by Austin, Texas-based BuildGroup.
Immersive Labs, the world’s first fully interactive, on-demand and gamified cyber skills platform, has closed $40 million in funding led by global growth equity investor Summit Partners, with participation from existing investor Goldman Sachs.
Learning Tree, a leading provider of instructor-led IT Certification Training, announces the addition of in demand emerging technology certifications and micro-credentials to their public training schedule thanks to their new partnership with CertNexus.
If your company hasn’t been compromised yet, congratulations. However, know that it will be. Evidence shows that the toll a breach takes on a company depends on how prepared its IT team and stakeholders - including all employees - are for the inevitable.
Global Cyber Security specialist, MetaCompliance, has created a Cyber Security automation tool that enables organisations to dramatically improve awareness whilst reducing the amount of time spent managing Cyber Security initiatives by up to 90%.
The National Alliance for Communications, Technology, Education and Learning (NACTEL) — a newly rebranded partnership between AT&T, Verizon, CenturyLink and Frontier Communications; labor unions Communications Workers of America and the International...
Global spending on cybersecurity technology is expected to reach $124 billion in 2019. All this spending on cybersecurity tech is for naught if the human factor is ignored, which is why cybersecurity training companies are also seeing growth these days.