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It's Almost Here! Certified Network Defender (CND)

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 6, 2016 7:13:55 PM / by Jeff Rinehard posted in Uncategorized

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TrainACE is ecstatic to announce that we have been individually selected to run one of the first (CND) Certified Network Defender experience classes in the world. We are one of twenty-one training organizations that were chosen world-wide by the EC Council to instruct this game changing program. Certified Network Defender might just change the world!

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TrainACE is Now a MyCAA Approved School

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 3, 2016 3:09:20 PM / by Ariana Ciancio posted in Uncategorized

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TrainACE is now a MyCAA approved school accepting military spouse scholarships for our training courses.

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CompTIA Certification Renewal Policy

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 9, 2016 12:00:09 PM / by Ariana Ciancio posted in CEU, CompTIA, Uncategorized

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What is CCNA Routing and Switching?

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 29, 2015 3:20:38 PM / by Ariana Ciancio posted in Uncategorized

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PMP Exam Changing- What You Need to Know

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 12, 2015 10:05:47 AM / by Ariana Ciancio posted in PMI, PMP, Project Management, Uncategorized

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The Do's and Don'ts of Passwords

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 5, 2015 2:17:38 PM / by Ariana Ciancio posted in Cisco, Cybersecurity, Uncategorized

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Take a moment to think about the array of passwords you have created overtime. It’s very likely that you have so many passwords that you can’t possibly remember them all, or on the reverse side, you could be someone who uses the same password for all of your login credentials. Either way your passwords could be putting your online security at risk. These days, just about every system that stores data requires a password. It is the first barrier between a hacker and sensitive information. When creating passwords, there are several rules you should follow in order to keep stored information secure. Here are a few helpful do's and don'ts for proper password management.

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What is The Internet of Things? And How Will it Impact IT Departments?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 29, 2015 12:09:32 PM / by Ariana Ciancio posted in Uncategorized

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The Internet of Things has been the center of numerous discussions involving tech industry experts, analysts, CIOs and more. While there is a substantial amount of excitement surrounding the possibilities associated with the IoT, there has also been a substantial amount of concern from IT techs and CIOs when it comes to security and the protection of sensitive data. While the tech world has been bombarded with all types of reports, white papers and articles suggesting that the IoT will result is a significant change in the corporate IT structure, the IoT will also impact the private consumer as well; however, the greatest concern on deck at the moment is the magnitude of the impact that the IoT will have on IT departments.

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How We Can Help You Prevent a Hacking Incident

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 28, 2015 9:00:37 AM / by Jackie Somma posted in Online Training, Uncategorized, Ethical Hacking

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The internet is full of hackers, and these hackers grow in numbers, strength, and power each and every day. It was recently discovered that a group of hackers had managed to steal in total, around $1 billion from banks through their computers. This is thought to be one of the biggest banking breaches in history, and the robbers didn't even have to physically go to the bank. These hackers got their way into the banks' computer systems and observed the banks' operations. They either set up fake bank accounts to steal money with, or they programmed ATMs to dispense money at specific times. According to Kaspersky Labs, the hackers have attacked 100 banks in 30 countries, all fairly easily. Banks are one of the more prone industries to hacking, but they're not the only ones that need to keep a watchful eye when it comes to hacking incidents.

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Why Having APT Skills are Beneficial in Today's Job Market

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 5, 2014 9:45:09 AM / by The TrainACE Team posted in Uncategorized

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Why Having APT Skills are Beneficial in Today's Job Market

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How to Get CISA Certified and why it's Worth It

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 13, 2014 9:00:46 AM / by Jackie Somma posted in Uncategorized

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A CISA, or Certified Information Systems Auditor, certification is recognized by almost all employers across a large variety of industries. The CISA certification is best described as an all-inclusive information systems audit qualification. The certification requires an applicant to be knowledgeable about information technology and general aspects of business. While there are other IT audit certifications available, they don't have the same universal acceptance as CISA. Those who are CISA certified have illustrated their IT skills and their capability to tackle auditing tasks.

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