DAYTON, Ohio, Sept. 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- To celebrate the success of Lunarline's Cyber Certified Experts (CCE®) Program and to honor the thousands of students who have successfully completed Lunarline cyber security training, CEO Waylon Krush today announced the CCE® Early Adopter Program.
"It's been a record breaking year for the CCE® Program and for the Lunarline School of Cyber Security," said Mr. Krush. "Thousands of students have passed through our halls and developed the skills they need to fight back against an ever more threatening cyber world. In recognition of their achievements in the fight against cybercrime it is my privilege to announce the CCE® Early Adopter Program."
The Lunarline CCE® Program offers a range of vendor-neutral certifications mapped to National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) framework. Under the CCE® Early Adopter Program Lunarline will waive all certification maintenance requirements and associated fees for all students who earn a CCE® certification on or before December 31st, 2016.
"Thanks to our students the Lunarline School of Cyber Security has become the preeminent source for advanced cyber security training, covering every conceivable cyber discipline," said Mr. Krush. "The CCE® Early Adopter Program is our way of giving back to the students who have made our program so successful."
In addition to the CCE® Program the Lunarline School of Cyber Security offers training covering every DHS NICE specialty area. This training has been reviewed by DHS and approved for publication within the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Careers and Studies (NICCS) Training Catalog.
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