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We will provide training to your staff, regardless of the size, at your desired location. We believe you are never too small to implement security awareness & training in your organization, as this is beneficial to you and your customers. Our training packages include information on regulatory requirements (FISMA, HIPPA, SOX, GLBA, etc.) to ensure your business has an adequate internal control framework in place.

Our training focuses on, but is not limited to the following areas:

• CISSP boot camps
• Security+ boot camps
• Security Training for Non-Security Professionals
• Security Awareness


Training is available in Spanish. Contact us for more information on ATA’s training packages.

CISSP Training 


Our employees are Certified Information Systems Security Professionals (CISSPs) that are capable of providing training in access control, telecommunication and network security, cryptography, security architecture and design, business continuity and disaster recovery planning, compliance, and physical security.

Security+ Training


Classroom instruction on Security+ and Network Security Fundamentals will be provided. You will learn the current risks and threats to an organization’s data, together with methods on how to safeguard critical electronic assets, including network services, devices, traffic, and data. The information covered will address the core material of the CompTIA Security+ exam objectives. We have seen a success rate of over 96% of students that pass their certification exams once they have attended our training.

Security Training for Non-Security Professionals


The Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002 (FISMA) requires security awareness training to inform employees, contractors, and other users of security requirements for federal information systems. It is a known fact that employees open up an organization to risk more than technology. We are committed to providing security awareness training to your employees so that they are made aware of the myriad of cyber threats that can be used against them. An informed employee is less likely to fall victim to an attack.

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