A cyber attack is attempted every 39 seconds, affecting 1 in 3 Americans. While over 54% of companies have experienced an attach in the last year. What's worse, only 38% of organizations claim they are prepared to handle a cyber attack.

Cyber crime is becoming a threat to every organization, and every department. Understanding threats and opportunities is now critical for ever person in every industry. Discover how you can prepare your organization today.

In this free consultation, you will discuss:

  • the most common ways cyber attacks happen
  • how you can prepare within your organization
  • what happens when hackers hold your city or company hostage
  • how to develop a prevention and training plan

Our mission is to equip professionals and teams with the skills they need to guide their organizations into the future.

Source: CybintSolutions.com


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"We have been able to offer our team training on a wide variety of computer and business skills courses. In addition to their offering of scheduled classes, their team has been extremely helpful in scheduling classes when I have a group that needs training on specific days due to complex scheduling. These classes are delivered in a number of ways which all appeals to our team members that are located in numerous locations and work varied schedules. Stone has been pleased with the quality and quantity of training delivered in a cost effective manner. We would recommend their services and training to any other organizations seeking employee development."


Sue Daughters Recognition & Training Associate | Stone Brewing

"I am sincerely impressed with Ralph N. and the CompTIA Security+ course. Ralph enhanced the course with exercises, quizzes, vocabulary, and knowledge reinforcements to the standard information packet. His objective based approach is superior and reflects well on New Horizons. The AF / DoD requirement for information assurance certification leads many to take the Sec+ exam without administrator experience. The exam is difficult enough without the handicap of a lackluster presentation. My confidence is restored, let's see how it comes out."

Richard Fewkes | Software License Manager | Hill Air Force Base