Entry-level IT/Cybersecurity Training
(ICE-T, SNAP E&T & Recovery through Workforce Development Grant)

Baltimore Cyber provides entry level IT/cybersecurity curriculum development, training, and range services at no cost to participants under 1) the Maryland Department of Labor’s Employment Advancement Right Now (EARN) ICE-T Program, 2) the United States Department of Agriculture’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program’s Education and Training (SNAP E&T) subprogram, and 3) Baltimore City’s Recovery Through Workforce Development Program. This same IT / Cyber training is available to our commercial and government
customers. The 6-month course commences with CompTIA’s A+, Security+ and Network+ training, and then continues with command line training and Security Operations Center (SOC) simulation Training. All
training involves substantial “hands on” lab experience. These programs are designed for the unemployed and underemployed entry-level IT/Cybersecurity population.
You can apply for any of these programs under the following grants (Availability is dependent upon capacity at the time of enrollment):

You can apply for any of these programs under the following grants
(Availability is dependent upon capacity at the time of enrollment):

State of Maryland Employment Advancement Right Now (EARN) Grant

Eligibility

SNAP Education and Training Program Grant

Eligibility

Recovery through Workforce Development Grant

Eligibility

Advanced Cybersecurity Training (ACT) Program

Baltimore Cyber provides advanced level cybersecurity curriculum development, training, and range services at no cost to participants under Maryland’s EARN program’s subprogram titled Advanced Cybersecurity
Training (ACT). Baltimore Cyber’s cyber range allows for this advanced cyber security training utilizing a hyper-realistic virtual network environment, advanced network tools and real-world attack scenarios. The cyber range operates as a closed, sequestered environment. Cybersecurity trainees work in a safe and secure learning environment that simulates complex enterprise network environments, generates realistic traffic flow, and then executes real-world threats. Trainees use commercial Security Operation Center (SOC) tools to monitor the system, detect the threat, mitigate the compromise, correct any damage, and then modify the network configuration as required to prevent future attacks. This program is designed for the advanced-level population, including college students with a focus in Information
Technology/Cybersecurity.

Technology/Cybersecurity. You can apply for this program under the following grant:

State of Maryland Employment Advancement Right Now (EARN) Grant