Change Your Career.
Change Your Life!

Learn From Industry-Leading Instructors
in a Virtual Classroom Setting

The Cybersecurity Professional Bootcamp is designed to launch your cybersecurity career regardless of your level of tech-savvy, providing you with the training you need to make a career change. The program is geared to take you from zero experience to job-ready professional in just 36 weeks.

Our comprehensive bootcamp starts by teaching you the fundamentals of cybersecurity and guides you to progress all the way to the advanced tasks you will be performing on the job. Additionally, our courses are regularly updated to incorporate the latest advancements in cyber tech, including AI tools and practices.

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Join the Field of Cybersecurity
With Job-Ready Skills
Gain a Competitive Edge
to Change Careers

Learn advanced skills to defend against cyber threats and hackers. Our comprehensive curriculum covers everything from the basics to in-demand, advanced skills and incorporates the latest AI advancements within the context of cybersecurity course topics.

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Become a Cyber Defender
With Hands-On Training

Gain the Skills You Need to Succeed in Cybersecurity
Learn With Real-World Cyberattack Simulations

Cyber Labs and TDX Arena

Experience real-world cyberattack scenarios and test your growing knowledge with Cyber Labs and TDX Arena. On this proprietary virtual training platform, you’ll be immersed in gamified learning and focused training.

Expert Instructors

Our cybersecurity instructors are industry professionals who bring real-world experience and insights into the classroom. They provide mentorship and guidance, offering learners valuable knowledge about the latest tools and techniques. Throughout the program, each cohort has a dedicated Associate Instructor for continuous support.

Hands-On Courses

Our bootcamp’s courses follow a hands-on approach to cybersecurity education, so you can build the job-ready skills you need to stand out from the crowd. Practical exercises help you develop the competencies and capabilities to succeed in the cybersecurity field.

Virtual Classroom

This is a fully remote, part-time program offered through weekday classes. Communications between you, your instructors and your peers are facilitated through virtual tools—so you can build a real community of cybersecurity professionals while learning from home.

Personalized Support Every Step of the Way

Join a Network of Professionals Committed to Your Success

Professional Network

We organize virtual networking events so you can become part of a community of cybersecurity professionals, including local and national hiring partners. Meet new people and access unadvertised career opportunities to explore upon program completion. Attend exclusive live virtual events with subject matter experts to access networking opportunities, career prep advice, and the latest in AI tech.

Student Support

Our dedicated team of Student Success Managers is here to help you thrive throughout the program and beyond. From facilitating exam retests and tutoring sessions to keeping you accountable, they are an essential and valuable resource for all learners.

Career Coaching

This program comes with a built-in team of career coaches committed to getting you ready for job opportunities. Need help with your resume? They got it covered. Want to practice interview questions? They are here for you. Plus so much more to help you achieve the career you want.

Job Search Assistance

Finding the right opportunities is not always easy. Our Career Outcomes team can connect you to help get your foot in the door for the cybersecurity roles you want. They are ready to help you launch your new career in this skyrocketing field.

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Program Overview

4 Week Introductory Course |
32 Week Complete Program

  • Introductory Course

    The primary objective of the Introductory Course is to introduce participants to the cybersecurity industry and the multitude of opportunities that exist within the current landscape. In addition, the course provides an overview of some of the core concepts in cybersecurity and previews how those concepts will be covered within the extended program. When the course ends, learners complete an assessment exam and consult with an admissions advisor who can help them make an informed decision on whether they are a good fit to continue to the extended program and if pursuing a career in cybersecurity is the best choice for their future. The primary objective of the Introductory Course is to introduce participants to the cybersecurity industry and the multitude of opportunities that exist within the current landscape. In addition, the course provides an overview of some of the core concepts in cybersecurity and previews how those concepts will be covered within the Complete Program. When the course ends, learners take an assessment exam and consult with an Admissions Advisor who can help them make an informed decision on whether they are a good fit to continue to the Complete Program and if pursuing a career in cybersecurity is the best choice for their future.

    The course begins with the fundamentals of information security and risk management, ensuring that participants understand the business context of cybersecurity. Participants are then introduced to networking and network security fundamentals, the Linux and Microsoft platforms and related security, and unique considerations for software security. The concept and role of offensive security are introduced, and the course concludes with an explanation of how to contextualize threats and threat actors within the previous topics.
  • Fundamentals Phase

    In the Fundamentals Phase, you will delve deeper into the core principles of cybersecurity. This comprehensive exploration covers essential concepts required for securing and defending as a cybersecurity professional. Topics include network fundamentals, common operating systems, network communication, and the storage and utilization of data in the cloud. By completing this phase, you will develop a solid foundation in essential cybersecurity concepts.
  • Computer Networking Fundamentals

    This course delivers a thorough introduction to computer networking, equipping learners with practical skills in configuring and managing network devices to ensure optimal performance and security. Participants will develop an understanding of network architectures, protocols, and security measures while sharpening their abilities in device configuration and troubleshooting. Through hands-on activities, they will apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills to tackle typical networking issues. Learners will:
    • Acquire knowledge about the connections and interactions of different entities in digital landscapes
    • Develop an understanding of various network types and their impact on our interconnected world
    • Utilize the benefits of configuration settings documentation
    • Explore the role of audits in ensuring optimal network performance and security
    • Recognize the importance of system and communications protection in safeguarding information
    • Learn effective strategies for updating and adapting policies to keep up with the ever-evolving landscape
    The course content also serves as a foundation for studying the following certifications*: CompTIA® Network+, (ISC)2 Certified in Cybersecurity℠.
  • Microsoft Security Systems Administration

    This course provides hands-on training that focuses on securing Microsoft Windows environments, equipping learners with practical knowledge and skills to effectively implement security features and tools such as Microsoft Defender, BitLocker, and Windows Firewall. Additionally, participants will gain the ability to configure and manage networks using system admin tools to ensure security and stability. By the course's conclusion, learners will have a comprehensive understanding of the fundamentals of Microsoft's infrastructure and will be proficient in implementing and maintaining secure Windows environments across diverse professional roles. Learners Will:
    • Acquire knowledge about Microsoft's infrastructure and its components
    • Learn effective strategies to safeguard Microsoft's infrastructure against potential threats
    • Develop skills to manage different types of accounts based on business functions
    • Explore methods to maintain a secure and safe network environment
    • Discover how automation and scripting can enhance security and efficiency in cybersecurity roles
    • Understand the role of Active
    • Directory in managing permissions and controlling access to network resources
    • Learn techniques to enhance system security and operational efficiencies using PowerShell
  • Securing Your Network

    In this course, you will further enhance your knowledge of networks and deepen your understanding of their intricacies. As you delve into the world of networks, you will become acquainted with the various elements of both wired and wireless networks, including their unique security limitations and vulnerabilities. Building upon this foundation, you will proceed to develop access controls that encompass all aspects of network security, from individuals and data to devices. Moreover, the course will cover the safe construction and fortification of networks, including discussions on cryptography and privacy considerations. Learners Will:
    • Acquire knowledge of network security measures, including the essential strategies for maintaining network safety
    • Master network monitoring techniques to ensure effective oversight
    • Develop proficiency in managing accounts within a system
    • Explore the ways in which security attributes can reinforce network defenses
    • Familiarize yourself with a variety of common tools and technologies that support network safety
    • Develop the skills to construct a secure network architecture
    • Learn the fundamentals of MHN networks and effective setup methods
    • Understand the relationship between Telnet and POP3 machines
    The information covered in this course lays the foundation for learners to embark on their preparation for the following certifications*: CompTIA® Network+, Cisco Certified CyberOps Associate.
  • Integrating Your Infrastructure Security

    This course empowers learners with the essential skills to proficiently manage Linux operating systems, apply basic Python programming, delve into cloud computing and bolster system security against various threats and vulnerabilities. Furthermore, participants will acquire the expertise to monitor, scan and analyze threats and vulnerabilities in these environments, alongside becoming well-versed in remediation techniques. Lastly, learners will gain insight into the influence of DevSecOps on the cybersecurity landscape. Learners will:
    • Acquire knowledge on managing
    • Linux operating systems and effectively monitoring, scanning, and analyzing threats and vulnerabilities in Linux and cloud-based environments
    • Receive an introduction to Python programming
    • Develop a fundamental understanding of cloud computing environments, including creating an instance using Amazon Web Services (AWS)
    • Learn how to remediate and share details to safeguard other systems
    • Master the creation of automations for efficient system management and protection
    • Explore the design principles of scalable cloud solutions and the integration of diverse environments
    • Familiarize themselves with DevSecOps
    The information covered in this course serves as a foundation for learners preparing to study for the AWS Cloud Practitioner certification*.
  • Infrastructure Phase

    The Infrastructure Phase teaches you the necessary knowledge and hands-on experience to create and sustain secure infrastructures and technologies.

    You will complete this phase with knowledge of critical security measures, endpoint security, and other important concepts that are key to safeguarding organizations.
  • Designing Your Cybersecurity Infrastructure

    This course extensively covers the crucial elements of securing endpoint devices, implementing data loss prevention techniques, and utilizing advanced tools and strategies to safeguard an organization's digital assets. Upon completion of the course, participants will possess a comprehensive understanding of endpoint device protection, data loss prevention and the security considerations relevant to industrial systems and IoT devices. Learners will:
    • Explore endpoint devices to gain knowledge on evaluating, identifying threats and implementing protection measures
    • Learn effective documentation and tracking of configurations and tool options
    • Understand the establishment of rules and restrictions for safeguarding endpoint devices
    • Discover methods of working with external information systems while ensuring endpoint device security
    • Develop skills in implementing data loss prevention techniques
    • Acquire familiarity with threats and security measures pertaining to Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT)
    The information covered in this course helps learners prepare for the following certifications*: CompTIA® Security+, CompTIA® CySA+, (ISC)2 CISSP.
  • Advanced Phase

    The courses in the Advanced Phase enhance your readiness to handle attacks, proactively identify vulnerabilities through ethical hacking and enhance system protection. Beyond theoretical knowledge of cybersecurity technologies, you will delve into the motivations and social engineering techniques employed by malicious actors. You will gain expertise in different types of attacks, the attack kill chain, attack implementation, response strategies for ongoing attacks and effective mitigation techniques.

    Upon successful completion of this phase, you will receive your Cybersecurity Professional Bootcamp certificate of completion.
  • Social Engineering and Ethical Hacking

    In the Social Engineering and Ethical Hacking course, participants delve into the mindset of hackers and gain insight into game theory principles in relation to cybersecurity defense and solutions. By course completion, learners will grasp social engineering techniques and ethical hacking principles, empowering them to strengthen cybersecurity defenses and safeguard against potential threats. Learners will:
    • Acquire insights into the motivations and actions of potential attackers
    • Develop an understanding of leveraging a malicious hacker's mindset to enhance system protection
    • Discover the proactive role of ethical hacking in supporting applications, systems and organizational infrastructure
    • Explore the use of reconnaissance, penetration testing and defense system bypassing to ensure system safety
    • Learn techniques for identifying vulnerabilities in web applications and cloud-based systems
    • Build skills in effectively reporting risks and providing defense recommendations
    • Understand the deceptive tactics employed in social engineering techniques
    The information covered in this course serves as a foundation for studying the following certifications*: CompTIA® CySA+ and PenTest+.
  • Digital Forensics and Incident Response

    The Digital Forensics & Incident Response course provides learners with the necessary skills and tools to efficiently respond to attacks, conduct thorough investigations, gather evidence and generate comprehensive reports. Upon completion of the course, participants will possess the knowledge and capabilities required to effectively handle incidents, conduct investigations and document their findings. These acquired skills enable students to identify, analyze and strategize security incidents to prevent future breaches. Learners will:
    • Immerse themselves in the fundamental principles of offensive security
    • Acquire a foundational understanding of digital forensics
    • Explore strategies for recovering files and stolen data
    • Learn effective methods for handling various attacks aimed at organizations
    • Gain insight into attackers' strategies for compromising critical systems and data
    • Explore the basics of malware analysis to improve the ability to detect and mitigate potential threats
    The information covered in this course serves as a solid foundation for studying and pursuing the following certifications*: CompTIA® Security+, CompTIA® CySA+, and (ISC)2 SSCP.
  • Threat Hunting and Intelligence

    The Threat Hunting and Intelligence course empowers learners with essential knowledge to detect and address vulnerabilities in an organization's infrastructure. Upon completion of the course, learners will possess the expertise to identify vulnerabilities, respond effectively to threats and establish robust plans to protect an organization's infrastructure. Learners will:
    • Gain an understanding of the threats and vulnerabilities that can emerge within an organization's network infrastructure, including hardware devices, software applications and network services
    • Grow their ability to proactively identify and respond to threats
    • Learn to develop plans and procedures to effectively handle situations, ensuring a swift and coordinated response
    • Develop the skills to evaluate sources of information and tools needed to bolster their defenses
    Information covered in this course helps prepare learners to begin studying for the following certifications*: CompTIA® Security+, CompTIA® CySA+, (ISC)2 SSCP, (ISC)2 CISSP
  • Elective CompTIA® Security+ Certification Exam Prep Course

    The Cybersecurity Professional Bootcamp includes an elective CompTIA® Security+ Exam Prep Course** designed to prepare students to obtain this valuable industry certification and a voucher for the CompTIA® Security+ certification exam. Certificate Highlights:
    • Gain the fundamental knowledge necessary for any cybersecurity role
    • Foundational cybersecurity certification that prioritizes hands-on practical skills
    • Globally recognized certificate, serving as a stepping stone to intermediate-level cybersecurity positions
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Introductory Course (4 Weeks)

The primary objective of the Introductory Course is to introduce participants to the cybersecurity industry and the multitude of opportunities that exist within the current landscape. In addition, the course provides an overview of some of the core concepts in cybersecurity and previews how those concepts will be covered within the extended program. When the course ends, learners complete an assessment exam and consult with an admissions advisor who can help them make an informed decision on whether they are a good fit to continue to the extended program and if pursuing a career in cybersecurity is the best choice for their future. The primary objective of the Introductory Course is to introduce participants to the cybersecurity industry and the multitude of opportunities that exist within the current landscape. In addition, the course provides an overview of some of the core concepts in cybersecurity and previews how those concepts will be covered within the Complete Program. When the course ends, learners take an assessment exam and consult with an Admissions Advisor who can help them make an informed decision on whether they are a good fit to continue to the Complete Program and if pursuing a career in cybersecurity is the best choice for their future.

The course begins with the fundamentals of information security and risk management, ensuring that participants understand the business context of cybersecurity. Participants are then introduced to networking and network security fundamentals, the Linux and Microsoft platforms and related security, and unique considerations for software security. The concept and role of offensive security are introduced, and the course concludes with an explanation of how to contextualize threats and threat actors within the previous topics.

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Fundamentals Phase (16 Weeks)

In the Fundamentals Phase, you will delve deeper into the core principles of cybersecurity. This comprehensive exploration covers essential concepts required for securing and defending as a cybersecurity professional. Topics include network fundamentals, common operating systems, network communication, and the storage and utilization of data in the cloud. By completing this phase, you will develop a solid foundation in essential cybersecurity concepts.

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Computer Networking Fundamentals

This course delivers a thorough introduction to computer networking, equipping learners with practical skills in configuring and managing network devices to ensure optimal performance and security. Participants will develop an understanding of network architectures, protocols, and security measures while sharpening their abilities in device configuration and troubleshooting. Through hands-on activities, they will apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills to tackle typical networking issues. Learners will:

  • Acquire knowledge about the connections and interactions of different entities in digital landscapes
  • Develop an understanding of various network types and their impact on our interconnected world
  • Utilize the benefits of configuration settings documentation
  • Explore the role of audits in ensuring optimal network performance and security
  • Recognize the importance of system and communications protection in safeguarding information
  • Learn effective strategies for updating and adapting policies to keep up with the ever-evolving landscape
The course content also serves as a foundation for studying the following certifications*: CompTIA® Network+, (ISC)2 Certified in Cybersecurity℠.

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Microsoft Security Systems Administration

This course provides hands-on training that focuses on securing Microsoft Windows environments, equipping learners with practical knowledge and skills to effectively implement security features and tools such as Microsoft Defender, BitLocker, and Windows Firewall. Additionally, participants will gain the ability to configure and manage networks using system admin tools to ensure security and stability. By the course's conclusion, learners will have a comprehensive understanding of the fundamentals of Microsoft's infrastructure and will be proficient in implementing and maintaining secure Windows environments across diverse professional roles. Learners Will:

  • Acquire knowledge about Microsoft's infrastructure and its components
  • Learn effective strategies to safeguard Microsoft's infrastructure against potential threats
  • Develop skills to manage different types of accounts based on business functions
  • Explore methods to maintain a secure and safe network environment
  • Discover how automation and scripting can enhance security and efficiency in cybersecurity roles
  • Understand the role of Active
  • Directory in managing permissions and controlling access to network resources
  • Learn techniques to enhance system security and operational efficiencies using PowerShell

Icon

Securing Your Network

In this course, you will further enhance your knowledge of networks and deepen your understanding of their intricacies. As you delve into the world of networks, you will become acquainted with the various elements of both wired and wireless networks, including their unique security limitations and vulnerabilities. Building upon this foundation, you will proceed to develop access controls that encompass all aspects of network security, from individuals and data to devices. Moreover, the course will cover the safe construction and fortification of networks, including discussions on cryptography and privacy considerations. Learners Will:

  • Acquire knowledge of network security measures, including the essential strategies for maintaining network safety
  • Master network monitoring techniques to ensure effective oversight
  • Develop proficiency in managing accounts within a system
  • Explore the ways in which security attributes can reinforce network defenses
  • Familiarize yourself with a variety of common tools and technologies that support network safety
  • Develop the skills to construct a secure network architecture
  • Learn the fundamentals of MHN networks and effective setup methods
  • Understand the relationship between Telnet and POP3 machines
The information covered in this course lays the foundation for learners to embark on their preparation for the following certifications*: CompTIA® Network+, Cisco Certified CyberOps Associate.

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Integrating Your Infrastructure Security

This course empowers learners with the essential skills to proficiently manage Linux operating systems, apply basic Python programming, delve into cloud computing and bolster system security against various threats and vulnerabilities. Furthermore, participants will acquire the expertise to monitor, scan and analyze threats and vulnerabilities in these environments, alongside becoming well-versed in remediation techniques. Lastly, learners will gain insight into the influence of DevSecOps on the cybersecurity landscape. Learners will:

  • Acquire knowledge on managing
  • Linux operating systems and effectively monitoring, scanning, and analyzing threats and vulnerabilities in Linux and cloud-based environments
  • Receive an introduction to Python programming
  • Develop a fundamental understanding of cloud computing environments, including creating an instance using Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Learn how to remediate and share details to safeguard other systems
  • Master the creation of automations for efficient system management and protection
  • Explore the design principles of scalable cloud solutions and the integration of diverse environments
  • Familiarize themselves with DevSecOps
The information covered in this course serves as a foundation for learners preparing to study for the AWS Cloud Practitioner certification*.

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Infrastructure Phase (4 Weeks)

The Infrastructure Phase teaches you the necessary knowledge and hands-on experience to create and sustain secure infrastructures and technologies.

You will complete this phase with knowledge of critical security measures, endpoint security, and other important concepts that are key to safeguarding organizations.

Icon

Designing Your Cybersecurity Infrastructure

This course extensively covers the crucial elements of securing endpoint devices, implementing data loss prevention techniques, and utilizing advanced tools and strategies to safeguard an organization's digital assets. Upon completion of the course, participants will possess a comprehensive understanding of endpoint device protection, data loss prevention and the security considerations relevant to industrial systems and IoT devices. Learners will:

  • Explore endpoint devices to gain knowledge on evaluating, identifying threats and implementing protection measures
  • Learn effective documentation and tracking of configurations and tool options
  • Understand the establishment of rules and restrictions for safeguarding endpoint devices
  • Discover methods of working with external information systems while ensuring endpoint device security
  • Develop skills in implementing data loss prevention techniques
  • Acquire familiarity with threats and security measures pertaining to Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT)
The information covered in this course helps learners prepare for the following certifications*: CompTIA® Security+, CompTIA® CySA+, (ISC)2 CISSP.

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Advanced Phase (12 Weeks)

The courses in the Advanced Phase enhance your readiness to handle attacks, proactively identify vulnerabilities through ethical hacking and enhance system protection. Beyond theoretical knowledge of cybersecurity technologies, you will delve into the motivations and social engineering techniques employed by malicious actors. You will gain expertise in different types of attacks, the attack kill chain, attack implementation, response strategies for ongoing attacks and effective mitigation techniques.

Upon successful completion of this phase, you will receive your Cybersecurity Professional Bootcamp certificate of completion.

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Social Engineering and Ethical Hacking

In the Social Engineering and Ethical Hacking course, participants delve into the mindset of hackers and gain insight into game theory principles in relation to cybersecurity defense and solutions. By course completion, learners will grasp social engineering techniques and ethical hacking principles, empowering them to strengthen cybersecurity defenses and safeguard against potential threats. Learners will:

  • Acquire insights into the motivations and actions of potential attackers
  • Develop an understanding of leveraging a malicious hacker's mindset to enhance system protection
  • Discover the proactive role of ethical hacking in supporting applications, systems and organizational infrastructure
  • Explore the use of reconnaissance, penetration testing and defense system bypassing to ensure system safety
  • Learn techniques for identifying vulnerabilities in web applications and cloud-based systems
  • Build skills in effectively reporting risks and providing defense recommendations
  • Understand the deceptive tactics employed in social engineering techniques
The information covered in this course serves as a foundation for studying the following certifications*: CompTIA® CySA+ and PenTest+.

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Digital Forensics and Incident Response 60 Hours

The Digital Forensics & Incident Response course provides learners with the necessary skills and tools to efficiently respond to attacks, conduct thorough investigations, gather evidence and generate comprehensive reports. Upon completion of the course, participants will possess the knowledge and capabilities required to effectively handle incidents, conduct investigations and document their findings. These acquired skills enable students to identify, analyze and strategize security incidents to prevent future breaches. Learners will:

  • Immerse themselves in the fundamental principles of offensive security
  • Acquire a foundational understanding of digital forensics
  • Explore strategies for recovering files and stolen data
  • Learn effective methods for handling various attacks aimed at organizations
  • Gain insight into attackers' strategies for compromising critical systems and data
  • Explore the basics of malware analysis to improve the ability to detect and mitigate potential threats
The information covered in this course serves as a solid foundation for studying and pursuing the following certifications*: CompTIA® Security+, CompTIA® CySA+, and (ISC)2 SSCP.

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Threat Hunting and Intelligence

The Threat Hunting and Intelligence course empowers learners with essential knowledge to detect and address vulnerabilities in an organization's infrastructure. Upon completion of the course, learners will possess the expertise to identify vulnerabilities, respond effectively to threats and establish robust plans to protect an organization's infrastructure. Learners will:

  • Gain an understanding of the threats and vulnerabilities that can emerge within an organization's network infrastructure, including hardware devices, software applications and network services
  • Grow their ability to proactively identify and respond to threats
  • Learn to develop plans and procedures to effectively handle situations, ensuring a swift and coordinated response
  • Develop the skills to evaluate sources of information and tools needed to bolster their defenses
Information covered in this course helps prepare learners to begin studying for the following certifications*: CompTIA® Security+, CompTIA® CySA+, (ISC)2 SSCP, (ISC)2 CISSP

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Elective CompTIA® Security+ Certification Exam Prep Course (8 weeks)

The Cybersecurity Professional Bootcamp includes an elective CompTIA® Security+ Exam Prep Course** designed to prepare students to obtain this valuable industry certification and a voucher for the CompTIA® Security+ certification exam. Certificate Highlights:

  • Gain the fundamental knowledge necessary for any cybersecurity role
  • Foundational cybersecurity certification that prioritizes hands-on practical skills
  • Globally recognized certificate, serving as a stepping stone to intermediate-level cybersecurity positions

*While the curriculum includes subjects covered by many industry exams, this bootcamp program solely includes an optional CompTIA® Security+ certification prep course and exam voucher. No other preparatory courses or vouchers are provided as part of the curriculum or cost of the bootcamp program and require additional costs not included in tuition.

**The CompTIA® Security+ certification exam is not administered within our program. Upon successful completion of the elective certification prep course, you will receive a voucher that covers the full cost of the CompTIA® Security+ exam.

The Essential Knowledge You Need
for Industry Certifications

Our bootcamp is not a certification-prep program.

By acquiring industry-recognized certifications*, you can enhance your qualifications and gain a competitive edge in the job market. Our courses provide comprehensive coverage of key concepts to help you establish a solid foundation for the following certifications, which you may consider pursuing after completing the Cybersecurity Professional Bootcamp.

  • LPI Linux Essentials

    The Linux LPI Essentials exam offers learners a way to verify their knowledge of the Linux operating system, as well as the workings of various open-source applications. The exam tests the ability to manage users and groups on Linux and also measures their competency with the Linux command line, system permissions and security, basic network configuration skills and overall Linux administration.
  • AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner

    The AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certification exam is meant for individuals with knowledge of the widespread AWS Cloud platform, as well as its infrastructure and systems. Security and compliance experience in AWS Cloud is a key requirement for passing the exam.
  • CompTIA® Network+

    The CompTIA® Network+ certification exam measures a learner’s ability and knowledge of network device configuration, management and troubleshooting. It also tests a cybersecurity professional’s familiarity with emerging mobile, cloud, communication and virtualization technologies.
  • CompTIA® CySA+

    Designed to provide a higher focus at an intermediate level on applying behavioral analytics to networks than the CompTIA® Security+ exam, this exam will cover core cybersecurity skills while placing a greater significance on software and application security. Additionally it will cover automation, threat hunting and IT compliance within the industry.
  • (ISC)² SSCP – Systems Security Certified Practitioner**

    For learners who have achieved one year of experience after completion of their program.

    Learners with at least one year of experience after the completion of their program can take the (ISC)² SSCP – Systems Security Certified Practitioner certification exam.

    The (ISC)² SSCP exam is meant for cybersecurity professionals who have proven, practical and hands-on experience and knowledge of the security environment. Once they obtain this certification, individuals have proof that they can carry out the implementation, monitoring and administration of information technology infrastructure according to information security best practices, policies and procedures.

    ** In order to be certified, learners must have a minimum of at least one year of cumulative work experience in one or more of the seven disciplines of the SSCP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK).

  • GIAC Security Essentials

    The GIAC Security Essentials (GSEC) certification confirms a practitioner's expertise in information security that goes beyond basic terminology and concepts. GSEC certification holders demonstrate their proficiency in hands-on IT systems roles related to security tasks.
  • Certified Incident Handler

    The GIAC Incident Handler certification affirms a practitioner's capability to detect, respond to, and resolve computer security incidents utilizing a diverse set of crucial security skills. GCIH certification holders possess the necessary knowledge to effectively manage security incidents by comprehending common attack techniques, vectors, and tools. They are equipped to defend against and respond to such attacks promptly and effectively.
  • Certified Information Security Manager

    IT professionals today are highly concerned about data breaches, ransomware attacks, and the ever-changing landscape of security threats. By obtaining a Certified Information Security Manager® (CISM®) certification, you will acquire the necessary skills to assess risks, establish efficient governance, and proactively respond to incidents. This certification equips you with the knowledge and expertise to effectively manage and mitigate security risks in today's challenging cybersecurity environment.

LPI Linux Essentials

The Linux LPI Essentials exam offers learners a way to verify their knowledge of the Linux operating system, as well as the workings of various open-source applications. The exam tests the ability to manage users and groups on Linux and also measures their competency with the Linux command line, system permissions and security, basic network configuration skills and overall Linux administration.

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner

The AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certification exam is meant for individuals with knowledge of the widespread AWS Cloud platform, as well as its infrastructure and systems. Security and compliance experience in AWS Cloud is a key requirement for passing the exam.

CompTIA® Network+

The CompTIA® Network+ certification exam measures a learner’s ability and knowledge of network device configuration, management and troubleshooting. It also tests a cybersecurity professional’s familiarity with emerging mobile, cloud, communication and virtualization technologies.

CompTIA® CySA+

Designed to provide a higher focus at an intermediate level on applying behavioral analytics to networks than the CompTIA® Security+ exam, this exam will cover core cybersecurity skills while placing a greater significance on software and application security. Additionally it will cover automation, threat hunting and IT compliance within the industry.

(ISC)² SSCP – Systems Security Certified Practitioner**

For learners who have achieved one year of experience after completion of their program.

Learners with at least one year of experience after the completion of their program can take the (ISC)² SSCP – Systems Security Certified Practitioner certification exam.

The (ISC)² SSCP exam is meant for cybersecurity professionals who have proven, practical and hands-on experience and knowledge of the security environment. Once they obtain this certification, individuals have proof that they can carry out the implementation, monitoring and administration of information technology infrastructure according to information security best practices, policies and procedures.

** In order to be certified, learners must have a minimum of at least one year of cumulative work experience in one or more of the seven disciplines of the SSCP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK).

GIAC Security Essentials

The GIAC Security Essentials (GSEC) certification confirms a practitioner's expertise in information security that goes beyond basic terminology and concepts. GSEC certification holders demonstrate their proficiency in hands-on IT systems roles related to security tasks.

Certified Incident Handler

The GIAC Incident Handler certification affirms a practitioner's capability to detect, respond to, and resolve computer security incidents utilizing a diverse set of crucial security skills. GCIH certification holders possess the necessary knowledge to effectively manage security incidents by comprehending common attack techniques, vectors, and tools. They are equipped to defend against and respond to such attacks promptly and effectively.

Certified Information Security Manager

IT professionals today are highly concerned about data breaches, ransomware attacks, and the ever-changing landscape of security threats. By obtaining a Certified Information Security Manager® (CISM®) certification, you will acquire the necessary skills to assess risks, establish efficient governance, and proactively respond to incidents. This certification equips you with the knowledge and expertise to effectively manage and mitigate security risks in today's challenging cybersecurity environment.

*While the curriculum includes subjects covered by many industry exams, this bootcamp program solely includes an optional CompTIA® Security+ certification prep course and exam voucher. No other preparatory courses or vouchers are provided as part of the curriculum or cost of the bootcamp program and require additional costs not included in tuition.

** Requires a minimum of one year of cumulative work experience in one or more of the seven domains of the SSCP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) in order to be certified.

Program Tuition

Invest in yourself and your professional growth. Join our bootcamp and get the job-ready skills you need to become a cybersecurity professional.

4 Week

$180

32 Week Complete Program

$18,720

Requirements

Internet access

Drive, ambition and passion

Introductory course and admission exam

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