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.
Cyberspace is the battle ground of the future. In this video, Capt. Scott Hinck from Barksdale Air Force Base, La., explains the importance of defending against cyberspaces vulnerabilities. (U.S. Air Force video)
CSFI is engaged in empowering and embracing our veterans. Through collaboration, knowledge sharing, and integration CSFI is able to provide our veterans with the critical capabilities to make a smoother transition from the military into the cyber security industry.
CSFI organized its first cyber exercise in Spain and presented the Table Top Exercise (TTX) on May 6th, 2013. This is the first time CSFI coordinates and organizes the entire exercise abroad and in a foreign language.
Lessons Learned (Spanish) G1
Lessons Learned (Spanish) G2
Col Marc Jamison CSFI CCOSP
CSFI-CCOSP (CSFI Cyberspace Operations Strategist and Planner)
Learn advanced skills needed for practical and dynamic cyber operations (cyber warfare) strategy and planning and certify as a CSFI Cyberspace Operations Strategist and Planner.
US Army Lt. Col. Mark Coffin is Cyber Branch Lead for U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM). Coffin's specialties include Open Source Exploitation, Physical Security, Operations Security, Vulnerability Testing and Assessments, Information Assurance, Social Engineering, Information Operations Planning and Execution, Computer Network Operations (D/E/A). Special thanks to Anthony M Freed from Tripwire for the interview.
CSFI is honored to have NETWARCOM as one of our DoD clients for CSFI training courses.
Naval Network Warfare Command (NETWARCOM) is the US Navy's information operations, intelligence, networks and space unit. Naval Network Warfare Command's mission is to execute, under Commander TENTH Fleet Operational Control, tactical-level command and control of Navy Networks and to leverage Joint Space Capabilities for Navy and Joint Operations.
Robert Johnston is currently penetration tester and vulnerability analyst within the Department of Defense. His areas of professional expertise include penetration testing, exploitation research, and network defensive technologies. Mr. Johnston has 7 years experience in the network security field. Upon graduating from the United States Naval Academy with a degree in Information Technology Mr. Johnston was selected as a data communications and satellite transmissions Officer before assuming responsibility of the Marine Corps Red Team. Mr. Johnston is a published author in the field of computer security his certifications include Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking (GPEN), Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Security +, and Network +.