Transmosis, a nationally recognized leader in cybersecurity workforce development and small business cyber security protection, today announced it has been named a recipient of EARN funding from the Maryland Department of Labor.
EARN Maryland is a highly competitive workforce development grant program that helps businesses cultivate the skilled workforce they need to compete while preparing Marylanders for meaningful careers. Through EARN, Transmosis will expand its innovative SOC Analyst Training program in offering Marylanders the opportunity to receive advanced industry driven cyber security training and certification. The EARN SOC program will provide fully subsidized scholarships for qualified applicants in the Maryland region. The average national starting salary for a SOC Analyst is $64,003(*Salary.com) and is one of the most in-demand career fields in the United States across multiple industry categories.
“One of the critical missing links in most information technology training models is that candidates rarely get the chance to receive hands-on, real world industry experience,” said Chase Norlin, Transmosis CEO. “The Transmosis SOC Analyst Training model provides key information security industry certifications along with a proprietary Externship program that includes live Security Operations Center training on next-generation Artificial Intelligence powered software platforms in real world environments.”
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