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Growing the Analyst

Today, we see more and more attacks to our personal and corporate digital fingerprints, yet little is being done to prevent further intrusions. However, the OPS Consulting "Growing the Analyst" curriculum, developed by Department of Defense contract analysts, is a foundational template for participants to build the knowledge, skills and abilities that are required to become a Cyber Analyst in today's fast paced net environments. This curriculum focuses on both technical proficiency and non-technical core competencies that create practitioners who are job ready as soon as they finish training.

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AACS Logo AACC is a public, two year, open-admission institution that offers credit and non-credit courses. AACC is designated as a Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Two Year Education (CAE2Y) by the NSA and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. AACC is also the first academic institution to be designated by the Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3) as a National Center of Digital Forensics Academic Excellence (CDFAE). AACC's CyberCenter brings the resources of the college directly to business and government organizations with Cybersecurity training needs. The CyberCenter is dedicated to meeting the workforce needs of government organizations and industry by developing professionals who are Cybersecurity aware, have the ability to operate, maintain, protect and defend information technology systems and networks, as well as investigate and analyze cyber events and crimes after they occur.

For more information on the curriculum and to register for Growing the Analyst training, click on the AACS CyberCenter logo above.

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AFCEA Central Maryland Chapter (AFCEA-CMD) is a non-profit membership association dedicated to providing an ethical, interactive forum for sharing knowledge and building relationships across government, military, industry and academia.

Our Chapter focuses primarily on enabling the intelligence missions of today and tomorrow through education and investment in talented people. We accomplish our goal by promoting the continuing education of current IT professionals, and supporting the education of future leaders in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Each year, proceeds from our corporate sponsors and Chapter events enable us to award over $200,000 to qualified students and teachers through direct scholarship, endowment or grant.

The fastest growing and third largest chapter within AFCEA International, AFCEA-CMD includes over 1800 professionals working in and around the Fort George G. Meade area.