Offensive Security partners with select technical training centers and academic partners around the world.
We work with other industry leaders who are committed to providing infosec professionals access to best-in-class cybersecurity training. Offensive Security experts deliver the training and our partners organize the event, allowing us to reach more of our students in the growing global community.
OffSec technical training center partners
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Upcoming Bootcamp Events
- Evolve Security: OSCP Bootcamp (Open to anywhere in the US)
- WYWM: (Open to Australian and US veterans)
What’s included for Academic Learning Partners
- All the benefits of PWK
- Official PWK course materials: 850-page PDF course guide and videos
- Lab featuring over 70 machines
- Active student forums
- Access to virtual lab environment
- One exam attempt
- Penetration Testing with Kali Linux Teaching and Assessment Platform (PTAP)
- Optional labs to supplement curriculum or research (Proving Grounds)
- Year-round access to PWK labs for instructors
- Special pricing
What’s required to join the program
- An OSCP-certified instructor
- Experience teaching lab-based cybersecurity courses
- An existing cybersecurity program
How can you use the Academic Learning Partner Program?
Accredited undergraduate and graduate programs with existing cybersecurity curricula are eligible to apply for partnership.
Penetration Testing with Kali Linux is highly technical and will give students an opportunity to apply skills in information gathering, writing scripts, conducting remote, local privilege escalation, and client side attacks, among many others. We will work with you on how best to integrate the course into your program.
Non-credit bearing programs, continuing education, and private training centers
Programs that are focused on non-traditional students or that work directly with professionals on continuing education or reskilling may also be eligible for academic partnership. There are additional requirements and these organizations will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
In order to be considered, the program must have:
- been in operation for at least three years
- instructors with professional experience in the cybersecurity field
- programs and courses that complement OffSec offerings
How Do I Become an Official OffSec Partner?
If you are a bootcamp provider or reseller: while we appreciate your interest in partnering with us, we are not actively looking for new resellers or training partners at this time.
Colleges, Universities, and Research Institutions
Contact us to learn more