Security Training Company CyberVista Makes Debut
Security Training Company CyberVista Launches at CES
CyberVista, a wholly owned subsidiary of Graham Holdings Company and sister company to Kaplan Inc., announced its launch at this week's CyberSecurity Forum at 2016 CES in Las Vegas. CyberVista is a cyber-security education and workforce development company that offers personalized training programs to help organizations protect their digital assets, and reduce their risk of cyber-breaches. The company will leverage Kaplan's expertise in personalized learning, assessment and online delivery in combination with curricula developed by cyber-intelligence professionals, said the company.
Aimed at corporate board members and executives, the initial product offering will cover cyber issues that affect their organizations, business risk, and the tools to oversee and manage those cyber-risks. The training program can be customized and will be available in-person, online and recorded sessions.
CyberVista also plans to introduce a cyber-security certification preparation program for practitioners and IT professionals, and a continuing education program for practitioners who are in the field or looking to get into it.
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