BECOME ACybersecurity Analyst in 8 Weeks
Career prospects for cybersecurity and information security experts.Master core cybersecurity skills to prepare you for the job market. Upon training completion, you’re ready to compete for cybersecurity jobs including, but not limited to, the following: Cybersecurity Analyst, Security Engineer, IT Security Analyst, Compliance Officer, Information Assurance Analyst, Information System Security Officer, Vulnerability Manager, Security Consultant, etc…
Every year 40,000 cybersecurity jobsgo unfilled in the US. (Source: Forbes) Avg. salary for different job roles in the cybersecurity industry ranges from $72,000 to $145,000 (Source: PayScale)
What You'll Learn
Cybersecurity FundamentalsGain an in-depth understanding of cybersecurity and the technology behind it. Understand industry security techniques and begin the process of securing information through Compliance, authentication, and authorization.
Security Strategy & Risk ManagementApply your new knowledge to solve real business problems, protect your data, and improve your operating practices. Learn how to perform security assessment, Vulnerability analysis, develop strategies, and respond to threats. Keep pace with changing technologies and industry trends by learning how to adapt and iterate on your approach.
Threat LandscapeDevelop a detailed understanding of threats including networking, social engineering, countermeasures, and more. Learn how tools and industry best practices can be applied to defend against and mitigate the impact of threats.
Course Duration: 8 Weeks
Our Program Benefits Significantly Increase Your Competence to Become Job-Ready!Prepare for the next big role under the guidance of industry experienced practitioners. They will do everything in their power to get you through the program. Develop skills that make your portfolio stand-out by most current content, hands-on practical projects and labs. Upon completing your program, you will get a certificate of completion from Quethec, which can boost your LinkedIn profile and resume, helping you stand out in the job market. Pay tuition in two parts instead of providing a single, full tuition payment. Other payment options like scholarships, grants and pay when hired are unavailable*.
Payment PlanQuethec offers the following payment options. Full payment or Two (2) Monthly payment installments allowing you to split your tuition into two (2) monthly payments within thirty (30) days.
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• What is cybersecurity?
Cybersecurity is the practice of protecting computer systems, networks, programs, and more from digital attacks and theft.
Cyberattacks are often aimed at assessing, altering, or damaging sensitive information and data. With increased digitization and the expanded use of mobile devices, it is now essential for organizations to understand and implement effective cybersecurity measures.
• Why is cybersecurity important?
In the era of big data, cybersecurity is increasingly important as it involves the protection of digital data from damage, theft, or attack. Digital data can include industry information, intellectual property, identifiable information, personal and protected health information, and more.
For organizations, neglecting to implement a cybersecurity strategy can be extremely damaging, including the loss of sensitive corporate and customer information and a disruption of service and internal systems.
• Will I earn a cybersecurity certificate from this course?
Yes, when you complete the Cybersecurity course, you will earn a Quethec Cybersecurity Certificate of Completion, which can boost your LinkedIn profile and resume, helping you stand out in the job market. Cybersecurity skills can also be invaluable in your organization, as the need for secure processes and structures increases.
• What payment options do you offer?
Quethec offer include:
Allowing you to split your tuition into two (2) monthly payments.
• Are there any prerequisites for this cybersecurity course?
Quethec’s Cybersecurity course was created for those who are new to cybersecurity and can be considered a beginner-friendly course. Throughout, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the cybersecurity landscape, covering industry trends, knowledge domains, and organizational security demands.
There are no set prerequisites for the Cybersecurity course, although a working knowledge of general technology and computer systems will help you make the most of the course.
• What kind of backgrounds do people have that take this course?
By enrolling in the Cybersecurity course, you can expect to learn from an Instructor with experience in the field and to collaborate with like-minded, ambitious professionals keen to improve their cybersecurity knowledge and skills.
From an educational point of view, 60 percent of learners at Quethec have a post-secondary education, with 20 percent having earned a master’s degree or PhD. An Associate or Bachelor’s degree is not a pre-requisite for this course.
Professional backgrounds also vary quite a bit, particularly for the Cybersecurity course, as cybersecurity skills are now highly valued across a range of fields and industries, including finance, marketing, healthcare, retail, and more.
• What kind of jobs need cybersecurity skills and knowledge?
The following roles must have knowledge of cybersecurity:
o Systems Administrator
o Network Administrator
o Cybersecurity Analyst
o Advanced Threat Analyst
o Information Security Assessor
o Security Analyst
o Security Assessor
o Incident Manager
o Security Engineer
o Security Architect
o Security Administrator
o Security Software Developer
o Security Consultant
o Source Code Auditor
There are many other variations out there—new industries are prioritizing cybersecurity all the time – and even jobs listed here will evolve as cybersecurity becomes more prevalent.
• Are cybersecurity jobs in demand?
The demand for cybersecurity skills has surged over the last decade, with postings for cybersecurity jobs increasing by 94 percent.
In the last two years alone, the total number of job openings for a Cybersecurity Analyst has increased by almost 4,000, and cybersecurity jobs now account for 13 percent of all jobs in IT. In addition, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics expects a 32 percent growth in hiring for the role by 2028.
• Do you provide job placement after the training?
Our staffing Agency submit candidates to hiring managers and recruiters for job consideration