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DoD Personnel, International Partners Secure Cybersecurity Training Through CTA Courses

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The Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center’s Cyber Training Academy continues to equip department personnel and international partners with necessary cyber skills through more than a dozen training courses, including the International Cyber Forensics Course (ICFC).

ICFC, launched in 2019, is a five-week course that aims to teach a group of international students how to perform basic computer troubleshooting, act as a first responder to cyber incidents and conduct lawful network investigation, DOD reported Friday.

CTA held the latest ICFC iteration from Aug. 1 through Sept. 2, and trained students from Hungary, Kuwait, Korea and Jordan.

Since its inception, the ICFC has provided cyber training to 22 international partners in six separate iterations.

CTA also offers training in modern cybersecurity tools and certifications for digital media collectors, digital forensic examiners and cyber-crime investigators.

Courses are available to students in four ways: in-residence, instructor-led virtual, online self-paced or mobile training teams.

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