Cyber Security

Become a Cyber Security Analyst

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A cybersecurity analyst is generally responsible for protecting an organization from cyberthreats and is actively involved in developing policies and frameworks used to respond to and counter cyberattacks. Cybersecurity analysts protect organizational infrastructure, such as computer networks and hardware devices, from cybercriminals and hackers seeking to cause damage or steal sensitive information. A cybersecurity analyst is a trained professional who specializes in network and IT infrastructure security. Cybersecurity analysts are responsible for thoroughly understanding cyberattacks, malware, and the behavior of cybercriminals to anticipate and prevent the cyberattacks.

Course Outline
  • Introduction to information security
  • Networking
  • Web Applications
  • Penetration Testing
  • Introduction to Programming
  • Python
  • Command Line Scripting
  • Footprinting and Scanning
  • Vulnerability Assessment
  • Attacks
  • Windows Shares
  • Null Sessions
  • ARP Poisoning
  • Meterpreter
  • Forensic Investigation
  • Final Presentation
  • Resume development and review sessions


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