Introductory Course

The 30-hour Introductory Course gives you a chance to discover what a career in cybersecurity really entails to see if this is the right career choice for you. You’ll learn the basics, try your hand at various practical training exercises, and receive one-on-one mentorship from your instructors right from the start. The course was designed by cyber education experts to make sure you gain experience in both offensive and defensive cybersecurity. Upon completion of the Introductory Course, you will be given an exam to assess your comprehension of the materials presented in the course.

Virtual Learning Environment

Learning about cybersecurity is one thing, but the ability and experience to put it into practice is what will set you apart from the competition. Our hands-on approach will allow you to gain valuable experience, giving you all the tools you need to work in the field immediately upon graduation. The Cybersecurity Professional Bootcamp’s virtual simulation labs model real-life scenarios that provide you with a practical understanding of the information and how to apply it in the workplace.

Comprehensive Career Support

A dedicated team of Career Outcomes advisors will provide you with everything you need in order to stand out in the cybersecurity workforce and get ahead in your career. Receive customized interview training, resume and LinkedIn profile-building, job search strategy, and more. Learners will also be able to network and gain career insights through our exclusive remote-live events.

*Career support is consultation-based only and
do not guarantee job placement.

*Please note terms and conditions. No guarantee of internship or employment.

Digital Labs

Our cyber labs give learners a competitive edge by providing the exact elements that employers in the field are looking for: A relevant and diverse skill-set and an extensive amount of immersive experience working on real-world cybersecurity projects.

Instructors provide learners with engaging and challenging simulation environments that closely represent real-world attacks and other scenarios. These simulations give learners the experience that cybersecurity professionals need to defend against attacks and quickly resolve issues, and can be done completely online.

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