Our Mission

We educate our clients with a comprehensive curriculum of information security principles and best practices based on globally-recognized standards about protecting assets.


The Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) is a vendor-neutral certification and the ideal credential for IT professionals.

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The Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) designation is a globally-recognized certification for IS audit control, assurance and security professionals.

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The Project Management Professional (PMP) credential is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers.

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CompTIA Network+ certifications give you the key skills to troubleshoot, configure and manage systems and keep your company productive.

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CompTIA Security+ is the certification globally trusted to validate foundational, vendor-neutral IT security knowledge and skills.

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The Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) is for professionals who install, configure, operate and troubleshoot medium-size routed and switched networks.

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DCM Training Benefits

Increase your knowledge about privacy and security issues to safeguard your company's vital information.

Risk Management Practices

Information Protection Strategies

Network Security Infrastructure

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Cyber Training Plans & Packages

Our live courses help you understand the value of aligning your business' cybersecurity plans with your organization.

Network+ CompTIA


  • Junior Network Administrator
  • Network Support Specialist
  • IS Consultant
  • Virtual Training Course
  • 24/7 Support
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Security+ CompTIA


  • Systems Administrator
  • Network Administrator
  • Junior IT Auditor / Penetration Tester
  • Virtual Training Course
  • 24/7 Support
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  • Official (ISC)² Courseware
  • Official (ISC)² Practice Exam
  • (ISC)² CISSP Exam Voucher ($699 Value)
  • Virtual Training Course
  • 24/7 Support
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Why Choose Us

Our team brings decades of teaching experience to provide our clients with an effective learning experience.

  • Responsive to your needs 24/7
  • Different instruction for different learning styles
  • Clarification for security, compliance and assurance
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Our Founder

Dr. Terrance E. Dillard has more than 35 years of experience in the IT and information security industry. He is also a United States Air Force veteran. Dillard has earned a Ph.D. in Information Technology and a CISSP certification. He is a world-renowned network architect and professor who has taught at numerous higher education institutions.

  • Cybersecurity Educator & Scholar

    Dr. Dillard has a Ph.D. in Information Technology and a master's degree in Information Assurance. He has taught more than 7,000 students in computer science while also teaching as a CISSP and professor at numerous higher education institutions.

  • Federal Government Cyber Advisor

    Dr. Dillard has worked with organizations like the FBI and Homeland Security to advise on national security and cyber defense issues.

  • Diversity & Social Impact Leader

    Dr. Dillard has founded several Science Technology Engineering & Math (STEM) platforms that have inspired thousands of cybersecurity professionals in urban communities nationwide.

Our Programs

Cybersecurity awareness programs teach you about the fundamentals of assessing risks and mitigating threats to information systems.


Are Cybersecurity Jobs In High Demand?

Cybersecurity jobs have been rapidly increasing because cyber threats have been increasing in sophistication, intensity, diversity, and volume.

A Burning Glass study  serves as a wake-up call for technical training organizations: The demand for cybersecurity professionals outstrips the supply of skilled workers. The National Center for Education Statistics shows the number of new cybersecurity programs has increased 33%, but the demand is growing faster as cybersecurity is now considered essential for most organizations.

Burning Glass Study: The State of Cybersecurity Hiring

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Our Blog

Learn more about cybersecurity and information assurance insights.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are the top five barriers in addressing cyber security?

    Even as CISOs better define their roles and become an integral part of state government, they continue to face challenges, particularly in securing the resources they need to combat ever-evolving cybersecurity threats. Four-fifths (80%) of CISOs say inadequate funding is one of the top barriers to effectively address cybersecurity threats, while more than half (51%) cite inadequate availability of cybersecurity professionals. Survey evidence suggests that when CISOs develop and document strategies — and get those strategies approved — they can command greater budgets and attract or build staff with the necessary competencies.

  • What is necessary for a cyber security strategy?

    Traditional approaches have focused on preventive and risk-based protective measures. Risk-based measures mean the investment in security is a function of the perceived value of the information being protected. Those approaches continue to be necessary aspects of security. However, state governments must include two additional capabilities: Vigilance and resilience. Vigilance is continuous monitoring for threats that gives early detection. Resilience is the ability to respond and recover. These capabilities must be continually enhanced to anticipate the growing threat landscape.

  • Do cloud services create new cyber security issues?

    Yes. Cloud services promise to provide flexibility, scalability, measured service and certain cost efficiencies. They also present additional security risks associated with authentication, access and storage of government data. The total economic cost and different security elements of cloud services must be fully understood when evaluating cloud computing in general and various deployment models (public, private, hybrid, community). Consumer-based cloud services used by government workers present additional risks because they may not offer rigorous security controls.

  • How can IT security help my company?

    IT security can improve morale by providing awareness on how to protect information from scams, fraud, phishing and ID theft attacks. IT security can also save money by minimizing information security incidents through early identification. In addition, IT security can protect customer and corporate information by motivating employees, contractors, and consultants to view information security as their responsibility

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