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3,000+ Courses Now Available in the Education and Training Catalog!

The NICCS Education and Training Catalog recently passed a major milestone. There are now more than 3,000 cybersecurity-related courses available from over 125 different cybersecurity education and training providers. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) would like to thank our providers for their contributions to NICCS and the cybersecurity community, helping U.S. citizens find the education and training they need to advance their careers and close the skill gaps in the cybersecurity workforce.

If you are interested in cybersecurity-related courses, visit our Education and Training Catalog. The Catalog includes robust search capabilities allowing visitors to search courses by keyword, delivery method, specialty area, proficiency level, or their specific location. All courses remain aligned to the Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.

If you deliver cybersecurity courses, become a provider (link to vetting page). Any questions or comments about NICCS may be sent to the NICCS Supervisory Office at NICCS@hq.dhs.gov.

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