8 Weeks 10 – 12 hours of study / week Morning / Evening
Cybersecurity Careers Training a cybersecurity workforce is a national priority for many countries, and the demand for cybersecurity professionals is projected to rise to six millions job openings globally by 2019. There are many opportunities for career growth in this field. As people become increasingly dependent on networks to store their personal, financial, and business data, there’s greater incentive for cybercriminals to steal or manipulate that data. The world needs people who are trained to proactively mitigate and address these threats. Introduction to Cybersecurity is delivered through the Cisco NetAcad.com learning environment. Students can self-enroll to take the course at your own pace. Instructors can enroll students and teach the course through the same process used for other NetAcad™ courses.
Digitization creates business value through digitized assets and expanded connectivity. But it is also increasing exposure to cyber attacks. The exponential growth of networked connections leaves data more vulnerable to attacks, creating a growing need for Cybersecurity skills and professionals.
Be Safe on Cyberspace
The Internet is a staple in many people’s everyday lives. It is a great place fills with lots of information, but it is also full of dangers. Staying safe on Cyberspace is no longer an option as we have much to lose if we do not exercise caution. Introduction to Cybersecurity covers the importance of cybersecurity, awareness, data confidentiality and good practices when using the cyber space and social media. It walks students through every aspects of security in a broad, easy to understand way and explains the value of securing data, both personal and for businesses. The course shows students the great demand for cybersecurity professionals and opportunities in pursuing a career in security. The course modules define cybersecurity, explain why it’s important, the impact of cyber attacks, and introduce the processes used to secure data.
This course can help you prepare for the CompTIA CSA+ certification exam with hands-on, scenario-based training, so you’ll be ready to meet Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) head on.
Logging and analysis
Secure software development
Cyber Incident Response
Incident analysis and recovery
Secure network design
Managing identities and access
Security frameworks and policies