Cybersecurity First Responder

  • Analyze Events
  • Assess Security Risks
  • Investigate Security Incidents
  • Triage Data Breaches
  • Escalate and Report Threats

 Classes - August, September, October 2017

Tyche Consulting partnered with the College of Information Studies at the University of Maryland to promote and provide an interactive, hands-on one week training for Cybersecurity professionals. The CFR 210 training and certification moves beyond penetration testing to develop the critical, well-rounded skills needed to protect information systems before, during, and after an attack.

Tyche Consulting partnered with the College of Information Studies at the University of Maryland to promote and provide an interactive, hands-on one week training for Cybersecurity professionals.

The CFR 210 training and certification moves beyond penetration testing to develop the critical, well-rounded skills needed to protect information systems before, during, and after an attack.

Course Objectives

In this course, you will develop, operate, manage, and enforce security capabilities for systems and networks. You will:
• Assess information security risk in computing and network environments
• Create an information assurance lifecycle process
• Analyze threats to computing and network environments
• Design secure computing and network environments
• Operate secure computing and network environments
• Assess the security posture within a risk management framework
• Collect cybersecurity intelligence information
• Respond to cybersecurity incidents
• Investigate cybersecurity incidents
• Audit secure computing and network environments

CFR 210 Training - 8570 Baseline Certification
2,750.00

The course is an interactive, hands-on boot camp that enhances incident response skills and cross-trains IT professionals. One of the key benefits of the CFR program is it attracts problem solvers with the technical and functional skills that can work across industries and job types. program is an interactive, hands-on boot camp that enhances incident response skills and cross-trains IT professionals. One of the key benefits of the CFR program is it attracts problem solvers with the technical and functional skills that can work across industries and job types.

Upcoming Classes – Contact us to for more information

Request Group or Individual Training

Flexible Class Schedules

Face-to-Face or Virtual Class Room

More than 90 Training Center Locations

Fall Dates

  • Mid-August
  • September
  • October  

Classes are led by highly talented, Cyber experts with years of experience protecting and defending our nation’s critical infrastructure. Our CFR instructors infuse real world scenarios across each course lesson to teach participants ways to effectively investigate and communicate threats to executives, across teams, sectors, and industries.

Course and exams are aligned to the DOD 8140/8570 learn­ing objectives and the IA baseline requirements. The training requires a foundational knowledge of concepts and operational framework of security risks and safeguard.

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