CMMC Analyst and Practitioner Bootcamp

This bootcamp offers a comprehensive guide for those who want to become CMMC assessors and practitioners.

The Cybur Initiative's CMMC Analyst and Practitioner bootcamp is the industry standard for proving your understanding of CMMC related topics.

About the Bootcamp

Cybur’s CMMC – Analyst and Practitioner Bootcamp Series is a challenging, part-time program that takes a multidisciplinary approach to help you understand the CMMC’s threat-based assessment model and implement required controls for protecting sensitive systems, environments, and data. This bootcamp prepares you for the Cybur Cybersecurity Maturity Model Analyst Exam and ISC2 CAP Certification.

Who This Bootcamp Is For

  • Anyone looking to build a foundation of knowledge and skills around the new CMMC requirements
  • Individuals starting the Certified CMMC Assessor or Certified CMMC Instructor career path
  • For all DoD contractors

  • Regulatory compliance officers and legal team members

  • Cybersecurity managers
  • Consultants looking to provide CMMC guidance
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Skills you will develop in the bootcamp

Cognitive Science principles support hands-on training and deep learning, which helps you stay engaged and apply what you've learned at work.

There are three courses in this bootcamp

  • Cybersecurity Maturity Model Analyst: (CMMC A) – 899.171/DOD Acquisitions. This course provides you with the knowledge and skills to operate as an assessor of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) standard, relevant supporting materials, and applicable legal and regulatory guidance as it pertains to the Department of Defense’s (DoD) Cybersecurity posture. (Prepares for the CybUR Cybersecurity Maturity Model Analyst Exam).

  • Cybersecurity Maturity Model Practitioner: CMMC P 899.171/DOD Acquisitions. This course provides you with the knowledge and skills to operate as a practitioner of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) standard, relevant supporting materials, and applicable legal and regulatory guidance as it pertains to the Department of Defense’s (DoD) Cybersecurity posture. (Prepares for the Cybur Cybersecurity Maturity Model Practitioner) exam. Average salary for a Cyber Security Practitioner in the United States is $101,637 a year, according to Zip Recruiter.

  • Certified Authorization Professional: The DOD Approved CAP certification is compliant with ISO 17024 standards and approved by the US DoD to meet directive 8140/8570.01-M requirements. Earning the CAP certification validates the knowledge of policies, procedures and methods of NIST SP 800-53. (Prepares for the ISC2 CAP Certification) Average salary for a Certified Authorization professional is $69,000 to $110,000.00
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Why CMMC Matters

  • The DoD supply chain and the Defense Industrial Base (DIB) it supports are continuously under threat by malicious actors. The theft of data doesn’t just doesn’t just stifle innovation and undercut U.S. technical advantages, it significantly increases the risk to national security.
  • Any organization looking to keep or seek new DoD contracts needs to be CMMC
  • You may qualify for more advanced roles within your company.
  • It shows your commitment to cybersecurity. It could be easier for you to get a job.

Common Job Roles For CMMC Bootcamp Graduates

  • CMMC Analyst
  • CMMC Practitioner
  • Software Security Architect
  • Information Security Manager 
  • Cybersecurity Managers
  • Cyber Defense Specialist
  • Cybersecurity Engineer
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This bootcamp is ideal for people at all levels:

  • The U.S. federal government, such as the U.S. Department of State or Department of Defense

  • The military

  • Civilian roles, such as federal contractors

  • Local governments

  • Private sector organizations

Where Do I Start

Submit Application

Begin Prep

Complete Admissions Assessment

Begin Bootcamp

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Upcoming Bootcamps

Sept 7- Feb 7

Oct 7 -March 7

Learn the best CMMC practices and techniques to prepare to manage secure DoD projects

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