Defense Through Collaboration

IT and Cybersecurity Workforce Training

Industry Recognized Credentials

Dual Training Model (Classroom and OJL)

Career Advancement

Cybersecurity Technical Training

Dual Model Cybersecurity Apprenticeship Services

"CyberEnginuity is building the next generation of cybersecurity workers by partnering with organizations to close the skills gap. This approach is creating opportunities and advantages for businesses and the workforce."

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For more information please contact:

CyberEnginuity Apprenticeship Academy
Program Coordinator
Dr. Joe Wilson, CISSP
Phone: (702) 648-6222

In an era of escalating cyber-attacks and loss of business information, protecting your business' digital privacy and security is a high priority. CyberEnginuity Apprenticeship Academy was established with this purpose in mind. We are seeking your input regarding the role of apprentices in small, medium and large businesses, and would appreciate about 5 minutes of your valuable time to complete this survey. Instructions for obtaining more information about CyberEnginuity Apprenticeship Academy are available at the completion of this survey. 

CyberEngunity Apprenticeship Survey

Cybersecurity Workforce Shortage

The cybersecurity field is suffering from a severe shortage in talent, with estimated 313,735 job openings as of this writing (June 2019)[1]. maintains an interactive cybersecurity jobs heat map funded by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) at the U.S. Department of Commerce.

Learning Opportunities

Common Cybersecurity Foundational Knowledge

  • Networking
  • Software Development
  • Systems Engineering
  • Financial and Risk Analysis
  • Security Intelligence

Cyberseek Top-10 Common Job Titles

  • Software Engineer
  • Java Developer
  • Senior Software Engineer
  • .Net Developer
  • Devops Engineer
  • Systems Engineer
  • Business Systems Analyst
  • Senior Systems Engineer
  • Systems Analyst
  • Enterprise Architect

About CyberEnginuity

CyberEnginuity provides apprenticeship services to the apprenticeship stakholder community. The apprenticeship ecosystems consists of:

  • Employers
  • Apprentices
  • Workforce Intermediaries
  • Education
  • Sponsors
  • Governance Organizations

Additional Training

Cybersecurity Risk, Threats, and Vulnerabilities, Indicators of Compromise (IOC) followed by Cybersecurity Controls Listed by Classes:

  • Technical (See the list of CIS 20 Critical Controls. Also, NIST 800-53)
  • Access Controls
  • Audit and Accountability
  • Identification and Authentication
  • Systems and Communications Protection
  • Awareness and Training
  • Configuration Management
  • Contingency Planning
  • Incident Response
  • Maintenance
  • Media Protection
  • Physical and Environmental Protection
  • Personnel Security
  • Systems and Information Integrity

Competitive Wages (Earn while you Learn)