Phase2 Launches its First “Women Only” Firearm Course On 12 JUL 2023, Phase2 Advantage will launch the first of 11 scheduled “Women’s Wednesday Weapon Safety” courses at the Richmond Hill Shooting Range in Bryan County, Georgia. This course is the result of several requests made by female patrons already training at the facility. There are…
This video provides the viewer with considerations that impact our draw, fire, engage, and assessment of the target. It also applies those considerations to tactical reloading of the handgun in real-world environments. This minor skill addition to your firearm engagement practice can have a major impact on the outcome. Win, and you and those you protect live. Lose, and the outcome has the potential to change drastically.
We knew our security personnel would be carrying this weapon concealed – our Executive Protection mission and time in corporate environments make concealment a requirement – so the factors which drove this decision were based on this need.
Malware triage and handling is a risky undertaking that should be performed by trained specialists in the proper environment and only when necessary. Analysis of unknown files and known malware both pose significant risks. Investigators can unknowingly infect their systems—and the systems of others—and cause extensive damage.
Test anxiety and performance stress are natural for students taking comprehensive cybersecurity certification exams. In response to numerous student emails enrolled in our training programs, we created this “tips and tricks” video to help them manage and alleviate their stress.
Target shooting and tactical shooting are very similar at first glance but differ significantly when considering the shooter’s mindset. Both take skill and training – lots of it. However, the training is markedly different because of decisions and considerations that must be made in the two separate environments.
Join us at the Savannah JEA on 09 February for lunch and a great discussion on cybersecurity.
The Phase2 – VitalSource Partnership can Now Provide Cybersecurity Education to Millions of Students
The partnership will enable Phase2 Advantage – currently providing cybersecurity training and academic resources to colleges and universities in 18 countries – to potentially expand practical, experiential, and immersive learning experiences to millions of new students in 240 countries and territories.
Cybersecurity managers may choose to overlook the intelligence value provided by script kiddies, but they should not turn their backs on these “amateurs.” They are cyber criminals and have the potential to pose a serious threat to any network.
To accomplish this goal, the university partnered with Phase2 Advantage Cybersecurity and adopted the company’s certification content as its curriculum for the graduate courses. The university also arranged for Phase2 to provide the adjunct instructors to teach the courses in the program.