IT Army

MCSI offers a one-of-a-kind method for rapidly upskilling citizen cyber armies. This enables a more thorough and synchronized cyber-attack defense.

Enlisting and training citizens into IT armies

An IT army is a group of persons who are skilled in Information Technology (IT). They collaborate to protect and defend the computer networks and systems of their respective countries. In times of need, they may even conduct offensive operations as well.

Citizen Journalists

A citizen journalist is a person who collects, reports, edits, or comments on news and information from a participating perspective, often outside conventional media channels and structures. They generate and disseminate content using a variety of new media technologies.

  • Fact checking
  • Identity identification and verification
  • Geolocation and chronolocation
  • Data collection and investigations

Threat Detection Engineers

A Threat Detection Engineer is responsible for identifying and responding to security threats against an organization's computer networks and systems. They use a variety of tools and techniques to monitor network traffic and identify suspicious activity, such as denial-of-service attacks, malware infections, and unauthorized access attempts.

  • Configure, deploy and manage SIEM
  • Write malware detection rules
  • Perform breach assessments
  • Analyze malware samples and share threat data

Cyber Defense Engineers

A Cyber Defense Engineer is a professional who specializes in the protection of computer networks and systems from unauthorized access or theft. They work with businesses and organizations to create security plans and procedures to safeguard against cyber attacks. Their job duties may include conducting risk assessments, researching new security technologies, implementing security measures, and monitoring network activity.

  • Configure, deploy and manage endpoint security controls
  • Detect and respond to cyber intrusions
  • Audit and optimize security protections

Cyber Operations Specialists

A Cyber Operations Specialist is someone who has the skills and knowledge to carry out cyber-attacks and defend against them. They use their expertise to maliciously disrupt or disable computer networks, systems and data. In addition to their technical skills, they also have the ability to think strategically, plan and execute operations.

  • Conduct open source data collection via various online tools
  • Identify potential points of strength and vulnerability within a network
  • Conduct cyber activities to access information resident in computers and networks
  • Gain and maintain access to target systems
army cyber security training

3,000 exercises trains you for 10,000 hours across 15 domains

  • Cloud Security
  • Cyber Defense
  • Cybersecurity Leadership
  • DevSecOps
  • Digital Forensics
  • GRC
  • Incident Response
  • Open Source Intelligence
  • Penetration Testing
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Red Teaming
  • Secure Coding
  • Threat Hunting
  • Threat Intelligence
  • Vulnerability Research


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