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Greenbelt-based Cybrary to offer courses tailored to companies’ needs

The programs will include a security awareness class for end users, who are typically the weakest link in a company's security infrastructure.

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Cybrary began offering free cybersecurity classes to the public on an MOOC platform earlier this year, and has since grown to more than 60,000 users.
The Greenbelt-based company is now offering an enterprise learning management program that will cater to employers.
Companies will be able to tailor the classes to the job roles of their employees, and track their progress.
“We recognize that many organizations have cyber security learning requirements which go beyond self-motivated learning, such as patches for network security or for various industry compliance requirements,” Cybrary cofounder Ryan Corey said in a press release.
The company offers a range of certification programs, including CAP, FISMA, ISO, DIARMF and a security awareness class for end users.

Companies: Cybrary

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