Elmwood Park, IL (PRWEB) October 31, 2011
It should come as no surprise that the leaders in IT Security Training have broken into the upper ranks of Overall IT Training. With the growing interest in keeping their most import assets secure, Fortune 100's and top government agencies are placing Information Security on their must-have list for employee education. This trend is now showing up in Training Industry, Inc's List of 2011 Top 20 IT Training Companies as InfoSec Institute (http://www.infosecinstitute.com) became the first training company with an emphasis on security to be selected.
"It helps that InfoSec Institute is the youngest and most nimble of the companies on this year's list. Not many of the usual suspects are reacting to the changing IT training needs of virtualization, cloud computing, and security with impressive course offerings" stated Darren Dalasta, Director at InfoSec Institute.
“Our Top 20 IT Training Companies list represents not only some of the largest training companies in the space, but also companies showing some of the most innovative approaches to helping their students absorb and retain the skills they need to be successful in the IT arena.” said Ken Taylor, Chief Operating Officer of Training Industry, Inc.
InfoSec Institute continues to add security training courses to its curriculum (http://www.infosecinstitute.com/courses/security.html), but for 2011 has expanded into broader areas of IT Training and has been selected as the recipient of training funds by employees of top government agencies (DoD, NSA, CIA, NASA, US Army) as well as Fortune 100 (Exxon, General Electric, Ford, Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase).
- lnfoSec Institute (http://www.infosecinstitute.com)
- Fast Lane
- New Horizons
- Global Knowledge
- Learning Tree
2012 Public Training Calendar now published for public courses in 16 US locations: http://www.infosecinstitute.com/request_course_catalog.html