Training for future and current CFNOC Members
Defending Canada in the 5th Warfighting Domain!
Learn valuable cyber skills that you can use right now in your current role. Be at the forefront of CFNOC's cyber capability.
Sign up for instructor-led and self-paced Data Proficiency and Data Analytics training to upskill you in your current role. Build the Data Capability in your unit and CFNOC.
Bootcamps every month
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The self-pace training provides you foundational knowledge and skills to become a Cyber Operator in the 5th Warfighting Domain.
Know your kit. Learn the equipment that you will operate with. This course provides a concise overview of Information Technology and some of the key concepts.
Know your “battlespace”. The Network is where the 5th Warfighting Domain resides. This is the fundamental course for the Cyber Operator Pathway. This provides the baseline of education for IT Networking.
Linux powers the majority of the applications on the networks in the world today. That include the “tradecraft” – the software “weapons” you and your adversaries deploy for operations in the 5th Warfighting Domain.
“Know they enemy, know thyself.” – Sun Tzu. Keep an eye on your adversaries. An introductory course to OSINT (open-source intelligence). This course is designed to educate students on the impact publicly available information can have on individuals and organizations.
Cyber Security Analyst
The Cyber Security Analyst course is the final step in the Cyber Operator Pathway. Here you will learn a variety of skills relevant to the Cyber Security Analyst, relevant to understanding and implementing both the technical and business requirements for the defensive Cyber protection.
Red Team Essentials (optional)
“Train as you fight; fight as you train.” Know how to attack in order to know how to defend.” Design, plan, and execute a penetration test using a provided standard testing methodology; Research and investigate attack techniques and describe mitigations for them; and Provide a detailed report on your penetration testing activities conducted within the capstone project which highlights your activities, results, issues encountered, and the residual risk.
DND has long recognized the potential of cyber operations as a force multiplier to gain advantage over potential adversaries. - LCol N.B. MarshallStart learning
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