About The Course
Cybersecurity entails the defense of data, networks and digital devices against damage or attack by unauthorized resources. This course will familiarize you with the fundamentals of cybersecurity, tools used by security experts and practices approved to secure data for organizations.
Cybersecurity skills are in high demand, but in short supply. While the global cybersecurity market will be worth $300 billion by 2024, jobs in this field are amongst the most difficult to fill for enterprises. Through this program, learners will acquire a wide and holistic overview of cybersecurity and master IT security skills, ultimately gaining access to coveted occupations.
- Introduction to Cybersecurity
- Understanding Basic Security Frameworks
- Examining Cyber Threats More Closely
- Introducing Security Risk Analysis
- Cybersecurity Safeguards
- Understanding Authentication Protocols
- Introducing Conventional Cryptography
- Overview of Public Key Cryptographic Methods
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The minimum requirement is a Bachelor’s degree with computer science or electronics, or a degree in engineering with networking skills.
Fresh graduates and experienced professionals can join this program. Knowledge of networking and cloud experience will be an added advantage.
Cyber attacks are becoming increasingly common and are a risk to the data security of not just high profile individuals and organizations, but to anyone with an online presence. This risk can be prevented or reduced by Cybersecurity professionals, and so they are in high demand.
According to research, the demand for jobs in cybersecurity is increasing by 40% every year and is the highest among other jobs.
Yes, you will get placement assistance from NLL Academy.
The average annual compensation of a cybersecurity engineer is about $105,000 in USA.
After completion of the Basics of Cybersecurity course, you may become a Cybersecurity Analyst, Cybersecurity Engineer, Cybersecurity Administrator, Cybersecurity Technician, Incident Analyst or Responder.