Interactive Training

Information security training is an essential factor in addressing the mounting security threats facing individuals and organizations. 

Mandatory Training for State Employees

The State of West Virginia utilizes a learning management system (LMS) to deploy required, security and privacy training to all employees of the Executive Branch.  Other voluntary training is available on the LMS as well.

Click here to launch the State's Learning Management System.

Many attackers today target the weakest link, the human. Awareness, not just technology, has become key to reducing risk and remaining compliant. This training focuses on what individuals can do to protect themselves and the data they have access to.


Department of Homeland Security Training

Link: DHS/FEMA Certified Cyber Security Training

  • Courses are offered at no costAct Online
  • Earn a DHS/FEMA Certificate of Completion
  • Earn Continuing Education Units (CEU) upon course completion
  • 10 Courses in 3 Discipline-Specific Tracks
    • Non-Technical for End-users
    • Technical for IT Professionals
    • Business Managers and Professionals

Center for Information Security Training                                                                                   

 Link: The Center for Information Security Awareness Training

  • Infagard Information Security Training in the WorkplaceInfragard Small Logo
  • FREE
  • Web-based course consists of 14 separate lessons covering the key security issues impacting the workplace
  • Focuses on why security matters… the potential impact of cybercrime and identity theft on the company, its customers and on employees, the important role that employees play in information security and why knowing and abiding by internal security policies and rules is important.

Coursera Training                                                                                                                   


    • Free (Certifications cost extra)
    • Offers courses in a wide range of topics, spanning the Humanities, Medicine, Biology, Social Sciences, Mathematics, Business, Computer Science, and many others.