I’ll keep this short and to the point. As you probably know, I’ve been harping on about the next run of our Building Effective Security Architectures course for a few weeks now, and as of today, we’re exactly 1 month from when everyone who’s already joined the program will have access to the first week’s of course materials…along with direct access to me and the rest of the members of the cohort via the private Slack workspace.
As I’ve been talking to people about the course, a number of people have indicated that they were very interested in joining the course, but that either because they were working primarily as an independent contractor, they ran their own boutique consultancy…
…or their employer flat-out refused to pay for it.
Now my first answer to them was:
Well…if you’d signed up when I first started talking about it, you could’ve joined for a whopping 60% discount, saving over $2,500 in cold hard cash that probably would’ve bought an awful lot of Starbucks…or sushi…or the recreational beverage of your choice.
For if, for whatever reason, this wasn’t possible at the time – and because enough people have been bugging me about it – I’m going to throw you a bone.
And I’m not going to do this because I’m being nice. I’m going to do this because I really believe in the program, and I want to eviscerate any possible excuse people might have for becoming a better security architect and doing a much better job demonstrating the value of what they do to the business bean counters…
Not to mention being able to better deliver the ultimate mission and purpose of security: to enable the organization to do whatever it does as quickly and safely as possible.
Bear in mind too that when I send this email, the remaining slots in the program may disappear in a silent whoosh of network traffic, so if you’ve been on the fence about the investment, then, really…it’s time to make a decision.
Here’s what I’m going to do. I’m going to take a big risk on you, because, after all, the course is only 7 weeks, so that kinda makes any payment plan extend past when I can effectively boot you out of the course if there’s any kind of issue—which I will do.
I’m going to open up 3 different installment plans, meaning that you have a choice of how much you’d like to pay for the course. The cheapest option is still to do the one-time payment of $4375, so these payment plans aren’t discounts.
They’re ways to manage your personal cash flow as an independent contractor, small business owner or individual determined to develop their own skills as an architect so they can increase their marketability and earning power in this “cybersecurity skills shortage” everyone keeps talking about so loudly in the press.
As of when you receive this email, you’ll also be able to reserve your place in the cohort with either of the following 3 payment plans:
- 3 payments of $1,639.97,
- 6 payments of $837.77, or
- 12 payments of only $425.99 per month.
Now, at that kind of investment, anyone…and I do mean ANYONE…interested in enrolling in the course should no longer have cost…
…or lack of a business approval…
…or lack of an appropriate limit on their corporate credit card…as an excuse for not taking part.
I really want to help you become a better, faster, more productive security architect. But you’ve gotta decide this is something you want to do.
If you’re in, great. You can access the payment plans on the check out page once you click the ENROLL button at the bottom of this page:
If you’re not, then that’s fine too. You still have some time to think about it—but don’t think too long, because since it only takes less than 5 Ben Franklins to reserve one of the remaining slots, I can’t guarantee how long they’ll last.
Andrew S. Townley
Archistry Chief Executive