Cybersecurity has become a necessary requirement in today’s interconnected world, to ensure economic strength and maintain a stable, safe, and resilient cyberspace. Cybersecurity training is a vital component in the battle to keep our networks intact and enabling citizens to safely use the Internet for social interaction, business and government. Kesselman & Associates offer the following courses to assist you with reaching your organizational objectives.



Cybersecurity Fundamentals is a 3-day course designed to introduce students to technical basics on cybersecurity threats, vulnerabilities, exploits and investigation and attack tactics.

Originally designed for The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as a training course for Fusion Center Intelligence Analysts, the course has since been updated to include information pertinent to both private industry and government entities.

By better understanding the root problems behind cybersecurity attacks, students will be better enabled to develop work product, share information and better discuss the potential impacts and vulnerabilities within areas of their respective responsibilities.



Is a two-day course designed for examiners from the private and public sectors, including law enforcement, government, and IT industries, who are new to Nuix technology. It covers how to create cases, process data and analyze evidence efficiently using the cybersecurity investigative model.

This training course will examine effective workflow and analysis techniques for dealing with common evidence types in a cyber-investigation. Students will follow the cybersecurity investigative model to collect evidence, process data, perform detailed analysis and understand results.

Throughout the course, students will have the opportunity to engage with a Nuix expert to understand how to integrate and expand the capabilities in collection, analysis and reporting within their own infrastructure.



An executive perspective on cybersecurity and how it can affect your business. Learn about the three types of risk: operation, reputation and intellectual property and determine your risk profile.

Gain an understanding of the types of cybersecurity threats and how to interpret your security team’s recommendations to enhance your cybersecurity resilience.