RangeForce, the company that is revolutionizing cybersecurity training, today announced eight Battle Path training programs that enable individuals to acquire skills for entry level cyber security positions or advance their career. Each multi-module Battle Path combines interactive training exercises using actual IT infrastructure, security tools and cyberattack scenarios on the cloud-delivered RangeForce Battle Skills platform.
Battle Paths are available for the eight most in-demand cyber security positions: SOC Analyst 1, SOC Analyst 2, Threat Hunter, Web Application Security (OWASP), Microsoft Core Security with Secure Coding, and Cloud Security. Upon successful completion of a Battle Path program, each participant receives an industry recognized RangeForce Badge that validates for hiring managers that they have mastered the real-world skills and are qualified for the position.
“The most effective way to acquire cyber security skills is by ‘doing’ through hands-on training, simulations and interactive exercises,” said Gerald Auger, Ph.D, Managing Partner of Coastal Information Security Group and Adjunct Professor at the Citadel. “RangeForce Battle Paths combine a real-world environment complete with security tools, malware and a virtual assistant for self-guided learning. Furthermore, the content is organized to provide tailored training to learn the skills related to the respective role. It’s the closest thing you can get to on the job training.”
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Eight Job Specific Battle Paths
The RangeForce platform provides a comprehensive cyber security learning journey for beginners all the way up to seasoned enterprise analysts. The addition of Battle Paths to the Battle Skills platform makes learning prescriptive, actionable, and fun. Combined with the RangeForce Battle Fortress cyber range environment, RangeForce provides the most comprehensive cyber skills training platform on the market today.
Battle Paths are available for the following positions:
SOC Analyst 1
Provides live-environment experience with the foundational concepts and practices of a security operations center (SOC). Whether it’s understanding event logs, visualizing data, or conducting malware analysis, this curriculum is designed to get you SOC-ready. Work through a series of hands-on modules and related challenges to complete this path.
SOC Analyst 2
For entry-level analysts looking to take their career to the next level. In this path, learners work through hands-on modules to develop robust skills, including more sophisticated search capabilities, utilizing APIs and SIEMs to automate repetitive tasks, and incorporating the right tools into incident response. During our course challenges, learners develop incident response skills.
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