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SplunkWork+ | Cyber Oregon

Overview

As part of the $100 million Splunk Pledge, we have committed to supporting efforts to train the workforce of tomorrow, equipping you with the Splunk skills to position you for the opportunities of today.

The SplunkWork+ community you are about to join is for those participating in programs provided by Cyber Oregon and requires that you register with an email address issued by Cyber Oregon. Through this partnership, you will have access to award-winning eLearning courses that will help prepare you for cutting-edge jobs that are available right now with companies around the world:

Fundamentals I

This course teaches you how to search and navigate in Splunk, use fields, get statistics from your data, create reports, dashboards, lookups, and alerts. Scenario-based examples and hands-on challenges will enable you to create robust searches, reports, and charts. It will also introduce you to Splunk's datasets features and Pivot interface. Learn more

Fundamentals II

This course focuses on searching and reporting commands as well as on the creation of knowledge objects. Major topics include using transforming commands and visualizations, filtering and formatting results, correlating events, creating knowledge objects, using field aliases and calculated fields, creating tags and event types, using macros, creating workflow actions and data models, and normalizing data with the Common Information Model (CIM). Learn more

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About Cyber Oregon

Cyber Oregon is a statewide initiative powered by a public-private consortium that is working together to build tangible solutions to protect the digital lives of all Oregonians. Like many states, Oregon's businesses, non-profit organizations, government agencies, educational institutions and individuals are all threatened by the ever-present threat of cyber attacks and cyber abuse which is why Oregon Senate Bill 90, signed by Governor Kate Brown on September 19, 2017, established the Oregon Cybersecurity Advisory Council. This enabled the launch of the Cyber Oregon initiative in partnership with the Technology Association of Oregon (TAO) to foster cross-sector collaboration and work toward the creation of a Cybersecurity Center of Excellence in Oregon. To learn more about Cyber Oregon, please visit http://www.cyberoregon.com.