Incident Handling Certification
Computer Security Incident Handler certification program
complements our existing incident handling training curriculum. Learn
about the requirements and benefits of earning certification, who
should apply, and how to renew your certification.
The CERT Program has developed curricula that educational institutions can incorporate into their own programs.
Software Assurance Curriculum
In collaboration with educators from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
University, Monmouth University, and Stevens Institute of Technology,
the CERT Program has developed the first curriculum that focuses on assuring the
functionality, dependability, and security of software and systems.
Survivability and Information Assurance (SIA) Curriculum
This curriculum offers a problem-solving methodology built on key SIA
principles that are independent of specific technologies.
Software Assurance (SwA) Competency Model
The Software Assurance (SwA) Competency Model helps organizations and individuals determine the competency of SwA professionals. It also provides a framework for adapting the modelís features to a particular organizationís domain, culture, and structure.
Access a rich library of cybersecurity and information assurance training. Put yourself in the classroom to attend lectures, watch demonstrations, and conduct hands-on labs. View and manage your organization's workforce as they progress toward their training objectives. Click here to learn more.
CERT® Exercise Network (XNET)
The CERT® Exercise
Network (XNET) extends the capabilities of VTE by providing
real-world experience building and readiness evaluation via
synchronous, team-based, scenario-driven cyber exercises. Experience
through routine practice is known to be the decisive factor in how
effectively individuals and organizations respond during combat
operations and emergency situations. XNET is designed to make this
routine practice web-accessible for globally distributed teams.
CERT staff members are collaborating with Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College School of Public Policy and
Management, teaching courses in the Information Security Management specialization of the Master
program and in the CIO Institute
. CERT staff members are also teaching information security courses in graduate programs in the Carnegie Mellon
University Information Networking Institute