Last Updated: 15 November 2017
Individual/Non-enterprise customers can purchase training at https://nexus.isaca.org/products. You will need to sign in to your Nexus account, or create a new account and then sign in to complete your purchase.
Business solutions for enterprise customers who want to purchase training for groups should submit purchase inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Cybersecurity Nexus™ (CSX) Training Platform purchases are final. No refunds or exchanges. All prices are listed in US Dollars.
All Cybersecurity Nexus (CSX) Training Platform products for individual purchase are offered at a discounted price for ISACA members. If you are not yet an ISACA member, click HERE to register.
To receive discounted member pricing, you will need to go to “My Profile” and enter your ISACA ID into your Nexus profile. This way the store will reflect all Member pricing.
To find your ISACA ID, you will need to go to https://www.isaca.org and find the “My ISACA” tab. Once you log in, click on the “My Profile” tab and you will be able to locate your ID within your profile.
Courses and labs are available for you to continue training and practicing your skills for 6 months from your purchase date.
Please make sure you sign-in to the CSX Training Platform at https://nexus.isaca.org and click on the “My Training” tab.
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Practice, practice, practice! Go through the lab again and pay close attention to the steps. The steps are written to be as clear as possible. For example, make sure that your spacing is correct in the terminal commands.
There are various methods to reach the same outcome in many of these labs. In the instructional labs, we are ensuring that individuals, who have never done this type of effort before, learn one particular method in which they can perform the tasks assigned. In the challenge labs, you are provided more flexibility in the methods you use, allowing you to demonstrate your critical thinking and breadth of ability.
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