We’ve had trouble in the past establishing Mile 2’s bonafide and organizational staying power easily or directly. But we now see that the company has established both staying power (with more thanseven years of ongoing activity in training and certification) and credibility. According to Mile 2’s Cyber Security Certification Roadmap, the company offers credentials in areas such as virtual machines, application and source code, wireless security, forensics, incident handling, pen testinghacking and IS management leadership as well as disaster recovery. Credentials cater to a wide range of skillsets from the fundamental levels to specialized and more advanced credentials.
The Certified Disaster Recovery Engineer (C/DRE) credential is Mile2’s pinnacle DR certification, which takes the Mile 2 Certified Security Sentinel (C/SS ) in Disaster Recovery as a prerequisite.The associated C/DRE training course is approved by the NICCS and has been certified by the National Security Agency as meeting the CNSSI-4016: National Information Assurance Training Standards for Risk Analysis security standard.
With a focus on the defense establishment, especially for information or cyber security coverage, Mile 2 is well-positioned to offer training and certification for individuals who work in the defense industry in particular, or for local, state or federal government agencies or contracting companies in general.