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NICCS Training Catalog reaches new heights!

The NICCS Supervisory Office is excited to announce that the NICCS Training Catalog now hosts over 2,000 courses! The NICCS Training Catalog is a searchable database that provides a robust listing of cybersecurity and cybersecurity-related training courses offered in the U.S. for students and cybersecurity professionals to find the training they need.

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security established the catalog to help U.S. government and industry close cybersecurity training and skill gaps. With more than 26,000 people visiting the NICCS website each month, the NICCS Training Catalog a premiere place for all of your cyber training needs.

If you would like to have your organization’s courses included into the Training Catalog, apply to become an approved NICCS training provider today. Visit the NICCS website at and complete the vendor vetting form. Once we receive and process your application, we will send you an email with instructions and a form to fill out with your courses. Together, we can provide cybersecurity professionals with the resources they need to build new skills and usher in the cyber workforce of tomorrow.

Thank you,

NICCS Supervisory Office

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