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While the information security space is constantly changing, the United States Army training enterprise operates on a three-year curriculum update cycle. At its inception, the U.S. Army Cyber School recognized this challenge and created a streamlined courseware process using Git to track all instructional material as code. Rather than office documents and static virtual machine snapshots, the school uses markup languages to define instructor and student material, slide decks, and facilitation guides linked to code-driven frameworks to define all training networks, workstations, and activities.
Learn how the Cyber School reduces effort and increases efficiency and transparency necessary to maintain their curriculum relevance and currency.