Workforce Solutions - Transmosis CyberOps Small Business AI Cybersecurity Software


Transmosis partners with leading IT staffing companies, recruiting firms, and employers to deliver an ongoing source of high quality, certified IT and Cybersecurity talent.

Currently, our focus is on training and staffing SOC Analysts.

Recent Transmosis graduates have been placed in leading IT  and Cybersecurity roles at companies including:



Transmosis State Collaborations

  • Transmosis is a nationally recognized Workforce Intermediary that helps businesses build a pipeline of skilled cybersecurity talent.
  • Transmosis developed the Nation’s first Cybersecurity Apprenticeship Programs for the State of California and State of Nevada.
  • Transmosis works back from local employer IT/STEM demand to develop and manage programs to build a pipeline of regional customized labor.

Grant Funding

Transmosis has facilitated over $50MM in consortium funding to develop cyber security and IT talent for our nation’s workforce.

  • 2015-Transmosis developed the nation's first cybersecurity apprenticeship program for tht state of California
  • 2016- Two-time recipient of the workforce Accelerator Fund
  • 2016- Co-recipient of Career pathways Trust Grant awarded by the State of California Dept. of Education
  • 2017- Co-receipient with McKindey Social Intiative of the State of Nevada Governor's office STEM Workforce Challenge Grant
  • 2017- Nevada STEM Workforce Challenge Grant from the Governor's Office of Science, Innovation and Technology (OSIT) - IT workforce Training
  • 2017-2018 Nevada STEM Workforce Challenge Grant from the Governor's Office of Science, Inovation and Technology (OSIT)-Cybersecurity workforce Training
  • 2018- Co-sponsor of the AFWERX vegas' first Cyber Social to foster innovation between the private sector and our military forces as a catalyst for agile U.S. Air Force engagement
  • 2019- Transmosis Awarded $55K in Scholarships to Winning Students in South LA and Orange Country, California-as a part of Cyberhub's annual California Mayrors Cuber Cup awards
  • 2019-2020- Co-recipient with CompTIA as Award Receipents of EARN maryland Grant from Secretary of Labor's Office to train cybersecurity


SOC Analysts are some of the most sought after employees in cybersecurity, with average salaries of $81,351. (

Transmosis has designed a career path training to Security Operations Center Analyst (SOC Analyst) for students with a basic understanding of IT and network fundamentals.

As a SOC Analyst your primary duty is to ensure that the organization’s digital assets are secure and protected from unauthorized access. That means that you are responsible for protecting both online and on-premise infrastructures, monitoring data to identify suspicious activity, and mitigating risks before there is a breach. In the event that a breach does occur, an SOC analyst will be on the front line, working to counter the attack. This career path aligns to the Cyber Defence Analyst NICE/NIST workrole.


“I am very thankful for the opportunity to participate in the EARN Maryland program. Prior to the program, my experince in the cyber field consisted entirely of an the job training. When I retired from the Navy and started for a civilian position, I ffelt my lack of formal education and certifications was a critical shortfall in my resume. Working with the outstaning team at Transmosis, I was able to quickly complete my CompTIA A+ and Security+ certifications. i had previously attempted the A+ certification, but found the amount of material overwhelming. The instructor-led cources,and the online materials and test preparation were more than I excepted and were instrumental to enabling me to successfully pass all the certification exams on the first try. These certifications gave me renewed confidence when I started a cyberspace operational planner position with SAIC supporting U.S. Cyber Command.”

Martin Fuerst, Cybersecurity Operations @SAIC supporting U.S. Cyber Command