Cybersecurity Course Concludes with Students More Confident and Competitive

By Sgt. Michael Giles, Writer | Marco (Marc) Ayala, aeSolutions Contributor | Published: April 28, 2017

CAMP WILLIAMS, Utah (April 28, 2017)– Participants in the Cyber Shield 17 exercise completed an International Society of Automation course in cybersecurity design and maintenance today at Camp Williams, Utah.

The National Guard exercise, in collaboration with the U.S. Army Reserve, began with a week of classroom training that included several certification courses in cyber defense. The International Society of Automation IC34/IC37 62443 Cybersecurity Design Specialist/Maintenance Specialist course, which prepares students for ISA/ICE 62443 Cybersecurity Expert Certificate testing, concluded with a practical exercise that challenged their abilities to correct systems that have been sabotaged.

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