Stackable Cyber Intelligence Education - (SCIE)
SKALED's (SCIE) - Stackable Cyber Intelligence Education Program
Skaled's Cyber Division is a Cyber Education company, solving the skills-gap and market shortage in cybersecurity through innovative education and training solutions for all levels of expertise. Skaled integrates emerging cyber technologies, hands-on environments, and evergreen content into a cutting-edge learning platform for businesses, higher-education institutions, government agencies and regional cyber centers worldwide.

With an eye toward preparing the next generation of cyber experts, Skaled creates a deep and powerful global network of cyber knowledge that goes far beyond the typical technical expertise. Skaled's (SCIE) is addressing the critical workforce shortage in the industry.

NICE ALIGNED: We are a National Initiative for Cybersecurity Careers and Studies (NICCS)™ education and training provider,

Take advantage of our unparalleled Cyber Education solutions and resources created by:
  • #1 - Military-trained cybersecurity professionals and seasoned education experts.
  • #2 - ​Built by former Isreal 8200 and former FBI counter cyber Intelligence officers.
  • #3 -​ Access to a Network of Cyber Security Ranges worldwide to learn and combat real time cyber threats.
  • #4 - To further address the critical workforce shortage in the industry, we offer lifetime access to the Cyber Talent Network platform which helps match qualified cyber professionals with employers in their region based on the candidates' skills and capabilities.
  • #5 - Up to date, simply put you will be learning what the institutions aren't teaching.
  • #6 - Learn on your own schedule, as little as 30 minutes per day.
Learn what Industry wants not what traditional education can teach you! Almost all 2 and 4 year colleges offer curriculum that is years old - the reason? Accrediting bodies actually mandate they CANNOT change a percentage of their curriculum every year - the result...Outdated and irrelevant offerings that do not represent the needs of corporations.

Skaled's - Stackable Cyber Intelligence Education (SCIE) is different. It is designed for what the industry demands, no holds, no barriers, giving you the most up to date learning possible. with one outcome, the high level skills you need to transition into a sustainable career, in whatever industry of interest that may be.
  Who uses these types of products and why are they relevant? 
The United States and Foreign Countries

Italy, France, Israel - are just a few of the countries that have adopted and deployed the range of our family products. The full suite of products help educate these counties cyber security and intelligence teams to combat cyber threats and cyber terrorism.

Private Public Partnerships

Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards announced the formation of the new Cyber Center Hub of North Louisiana, a collaboration between the state, our partners, BPCC, Louisiana Tech University, Northwestern State University, Grambling University and Louisiana State University-Shreveport.

Federal Regulatory and Governance Bodies

Companies such as Opus Connect, are taking a stand against cyber crime and digital fraud, offering an unmatched suite of advanced skills training, tools and best practices for financial and investment professionals to better secure their clients financial investments.

Corporations

Entities such as Bank of America Corporation,  rely on our products for their cybersecurity needs.
  Cybersecurity and Job Security
We predict there will be 3.5 million unfilled cybersecurity positions by 2021.
In 2017 the U.S. employs nearly 780,000 people in cybersecurity positions, with approximately 350,000 current cybersecurity openings, according to CyberSeek, a project supported by the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE), a program of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the U.S. Department of Commerce.

The cybersecurity jobs forecasts have been unable to keep pace with the dramatic rise in cybercrime, which is predicted to cost the world $6 trillion annually by 2021, up from $3 trillion in 2015.

The 2018 Cisco Annual Security Report ventured what became a widely popular cybersecurity jobs forecast over the past 3 years, originally stating “It’s estimated that by 2019, the industry will still be short more than a million security professionals across the globe.”

In 2015, Symantec expected the demand for cybersecurity talent would rise to 6 million globally by 2019, with a projected shortfall of 1.5 million.

A 2016 skills gap analysis from ISACA estimated a global shortage of 2 million cybersecurity professionals by 2019 (a half-million more than Symantec’s prior estimate), according to the UK House of Lords Digital Skills Committee.
The National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) recently estimated that India alone will need 1 million cybersecurity professionals by 2020 to meet the demands of its rapidly growing economy.

Demand for security professionals in India will increase in all sectors due to the unprecedented rise in the number of cyberattacks, according to NASSCOM. Despite having the largest information technology talent pool in the world, India is highly unlikely to produce an adequate number of professionals to close the cybersecurity skills gap.

Israel — the world’s second largest exporter of cybersecurity technology behind the U.S. — leads employer demand for cybersecurity talent by a wide margin, according to a 2016 report from Indeed, one of the world’s largest job sites, with over 200 million unique visitors every month from over 60 different countries.

An Indeed blog states that Israel’s strong showing is likely due in part to the emphasis the country places upon security. Veterans of the IDF’s (Israel Defense Forces) elite cybersecurity Unit 8200 have founded many cybersecurity firms valued at hundreds of millions of dollars (or billions, according to other sources).

Intel Corp. conducted an eight-nation (Israel, the US, Australia, France, Germany, Japan, the UK and Mexico) survey on cybersecurity which concluded a global shortage of cybersecurity professionals in each country. In Israel 80 percent of those interviewed reported a shortage of workers.
We are an Initiative for Cybersecurity Careers and Studies (NICCS)™ education and training provider
NICE ALIGNED: We are a National Initiative for Cybersecurity Careers and Studies (NICCS)™ education and training provider, with our courses aligned with the NICE Framework. Our adherence to these standards ensures that our education solutions are the latest and most relevant for students and professionals pursuing a cyber career. Students who complete the lab suite are awarded a CSA Certificate, the only certificate aligned with the Cyber Defense Analyst position in the NICE Framework. The NICE Framework KSAs (Knowleges, Skills, and Abilities) required for a Cyber Defense Analyst role include:

Analyze

Performs highly-specialized review and evaluation of incoming cybersecurity information to determineits usefulness for intelligence.

Collect and Operate

Provides specialized denial and deception operations and collection of cybersecurity information that may be used to develop intelligence.

Investigate

Investigates cybersecurity events or crimes related to information technolgoy (IT) systems, networks, and digital evidence.

Operate and Maintain

Provides the support, administration, and maintenance necessary to ensure effective and efficient information technology (IT) system performance and security.

Oversee and Govern

Provides leadership, management, direction, or development and advocacy so the organization may effectively conduct cybersecurity work.

Protect and Defend

Identifies, analyzes, and mitigates threats to internal information technology (IT) systems and/or networks.

Securely Provision

Conceptualizes, designs, procures, and/or builds secure information technology (IT) systems, with responsibility for aspects of system and/or network development.
Multiple Options to learn your way.
From entry level learning of fundamentals to highly advanced scenario simulations.
Cyber Discovery (Intelligence)
- Beginner -

The Cyber Intelligence Certification (CIC) Program provides an introduction to cyber intelligence essentials, online research methodology, deep-web due diligence, trends analysis, digital forensics, and much more.
Cyber Protection (Security)
- Intermediate -

The Cyber Security Protection (CSPC) Program provides an introduction to cyber security essentials, social engineering, malware, cybercrime, online privacy and much more.
Cyber Protection (Security) & Discovery (Intelligence)
- Beginner / Intermediate -

A unique combination of our two leading programs – the Cyber Security Protection Program and the Cyber Intelligence Discovery Program. These programs build a strong cyber foundation across all areas of study and allow students to enter a technologically savvy workforce with confidence and understanding.
Cyber Security Analyst (CSA) Simulation Lab
- Advanced -


The Cyber Security Analyst Simu-Lab Suite is the product of extensive military and industry experience, which offers advanced practical training in a virtual machine environment. The CSA Simu-Lab Suite is comprised of 10 labs that bring a much-needed practical work experience component to students.
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Cyber Discovery (Intelligence)
- Beginner-

The Cyber Intelligence Certification (CIC) Program provides an introduction to cyber intelligence essentials, online research methodology, deep-web due diligence, trends analysis, digital forensics, and much more.
Cyber Protection (Security)
- Intermediate -

The Cyber Security Protection (CSPC) Program provides an introduction to cyber security essentials, social engineering, malware, cybercrime, online privacy and much more.
Cyber Protection (Security) & Discovery (Intelligence) 
- Beginner / Intermediate -

A unique combination of our two leading programs – the Cyber Security Protection Program and the Cyber Intelligence Discovery Program. These programs build a strong cyber foundation across all areas of study and allow students to enter a technologically savvy workforce with confidence and understanding.
Cyber Security Analyst (CSA) Simulation Lab
- Advanced -

The Cyber Security Analyst Simu-Lab Suite is the product of extensive military and industry experience, which offers advanced practical training in a virtual machine environment. The CSA Simu-Lab Suite is comprised of 10 labs that bring a much-needed practical work experience component to students.
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