K-12 Cyber Education
No age is too young to start learning more about cybersecurity. Through summer Cyber STEM camps for middle school students or high school dual enrollment courses, you can start growing your cyber skills.Learn More
Security Awareness Training
Humans are the first line of defense in our interconnected world. We offer ongoing, focused training in cyber vigilance tailored to both employees & employers to help you establish best practices in security awareness.Learn More
Cyber Workforce Development
Are you looking to build on your existing cybersecurity skill set? Increase your cybersecurity knowledge base through boot camps, topical studies, simulations, Montana Cyber Range exercises, short courses, internships, and apprenticeship programs.Learn More
Start Your Cyber Career
Interested in a career in cybersecurity? Start small with a Certificate in Technical Studies or dive right into an Associate's or Bachelor's degree.Learn More
Upgrade your cybersecurity skills by earning industry-recognized certifications.
Many businesses require their employees to align their skills and certifications with the U. S. Department of Defense 8570 matrix for Information Assurance (Cybersecurity) positions involving:
- Technical activities such as securing networks and computers
- Management activities such as ensuring cyber compliance
- Information Assurance Architecture and Engineering
- Cyber Security Service Provider
Do you need to work on your certifications? Get in touch with us and we can help you get started.
The Montana Cyber Range
Hands-on interactive cybersecurity training for individuals and teams
Our flexible, multi-system Cyber Range exercises give trainees the opportunity to practice cybersecurity incident identification, analysis, and remediation on virtual networks that mirror real-time operating environments. From small single- or dual-node scenarios to large segmented multi-node configurations, the Montana Cyber Range is a great place to build and refine your cybersecurity skills.
Scenarios are Linux- or Windows-based, and participants gain experience with industry-standard tools including Security Information and Event Management (SIEM: Splunk, QRadar, ArcSight); Firewall Management (Palo Alto, pfSense, Check Point); Network Traffic Inspection (Wireshark); as well as operating-system-specific utilities.
Many activities are designed for a single user working asynchronously. Others are team-based (accommodating up to 10 participants for an optimal learning experience) and are guided by a facilitator. Available exercises and topics include:
- Network and Firewall Configuration
- Threat Analysis
- Ethical Hacking
- Digital Forensics
- CentOS, Ubuntu, and Kali distros
- Packet Capture and Traffic Analysis
- Risk Analysis
- Reconnaissance and Network Scanning
- Intrusion Detection
- MITRE ATT&CK Techniques
- SOC Analyst Training
Upgrade your Cybersecurity Skills by Earning Industry-Recognized Certifications
CyberMontana preparatory training to earn over 30 industry recognized cybersecurity-related certifications in 13 of the 14 Department of Defense Cybersecurity Workforce categories. Individuals interested in certification enroll in and complete a given course, and then take the associated certification test. Testing vouchers are available either bundled with the course or as a separate purchase from the vendor.