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Become a CSFI-DCOE (Defensive Cyberspace Operations Engineer)

Become a CSFI-DCOE (Defensive Cyberspace Operations Engineer). This is a unique CSFI certification track covering cyber operations (full spectrum). This track is designed to give the cyber warrior of today advanced capabilities.

Who Needs to Attend

Anyone interested in the field of cyber warfare/cyber operations and/or looking to expand a cyber security career, including cyber commanders, information operations officers, information security/assurance professionals, cyber security consultants, cyber strategists, military members (J2, J3, J6, J9 types), SOC/NOC security analysts, network security engineers, penetration testers, auditors, government officials, and security engineers

CSFI-DCOE (Defensive Cyberspace Operations Engineer)

Track 1: Introduction To Cyber Warfare
Training Dates:

  • May 14 – 16
  • June 25 – 27
  • July 30 – August 1
  • August 27 – 29
  • September 24 – 26
  • October 29 – 31

Tracks 2 & 3: Malware Analysis & Reversing Workshop, CSFI-DCOE Labs with Hands-On Training, and Final Test
Training Dates:

  • November 5 – 8

Contact us to reserve your seat now: contact@csfi.us

 

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Career Thoughts

I am humbled and honored to have the opportunity to manage and run one of the biggest and most active forums on the Internet dealing with cyber warfare and cyber security – CSFI (The Cyber Security Forum Initiative). With over 16 years of cyber security experience, I continue to actively raise Cyber Warfare/Cyber Security awareness worldwide. I have worked as a Chief Security Engineer for AT&T, where I designed and approved secure networks for MSS. I have also consulted for several governments, military and private institutions on best network security practices throughout my career.

CSFI and its divisions CSFI-CWD (Cyber Warfare Division), CSFI-LPD (Law and Policy Division) and CSFI-WD (Wireless Division) continue to grow and expand with more than 60,000 information security members.

One of my personal goals is to serve our security community to the best of my abilities, in the protection and defense of our American national security interests, the American people, and that of our international partners. I am always ready to serve and to give of my time and skills to help our society with the growing problems we experience in cyberspace. I thank God and my family for the opportunities I have had in life and the most precious of all opportunities, which is the chance to serve others. I love what I do, and I appreciate all the support I have received from friends, family and our CSFI members.

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Paul de Souza, CSFI Founder Director

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