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Could someone recommend foundation security training ideas for IT staff who is looking to train-up into a security operations analyst or engineer role.  NIST CSF foundations? ISC2? CompTIA?

We use SANS and their curriculum https://www.sans.org/cyber-security-skills-roadmap/

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We use SANS and their curriculum https://www.sans.org/cyber-security-skills-roadmap/
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We have used a customised training program and that helped us to align with our organisation security strategy and on other hand it also prepared our employees to prepare for role they desired.
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ISACA International has a CSX (Cyber Security) subscription program that is very good, but pricey (~$2500 for a year subscription). You work at your own pace in a lab environment.
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Huge fan of SANS for security professionals, but for general entry level security or advanced awareness for non-InfoSec we recommend having folks work through CompTIA Security+.  If they have trouble with the networking part we usually recommend Network_ as an optional precursor 
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