Cybersecurity is one of the fastest-growing computer science fields with a massive demand for new talent. If you’re interested in the world of cybersecurity and would like to learn more about conducting and preventing cyberattacks, there is no better time than now. Attend one of our free online courses to see if a career in cybersecurity is the right career path for you!
This course is designed for people who are interested in the new and emerging cybersecurity industry. There is no need for previous cybersecurity knowledge to attend the class, but basic computer skills and knowledge of the Internet is highly recommended.
This course is online, so you’ll need a computer and Internet connection to attend this course. This class is for those curious about cybersecurity as a future career in information technology.
We’ll discuss the demand for more cybersecurity professionals today, what a career in cybersecurity could look like for you, and provide a brief overview of our course curriculum. We’ll show you our unique training program on a world-class cyber range, which simulates real-world cyber attacks. Lastly, we’ll talk about two industry certifications students can earn in both our full-time and part-time cybersecurity bootcamps.
Our world is more connected than ever, which can be both a blessing and a curse. With much of our lives existing in the digital realm, many of us expose ourselves to cyberattacks on a regular basis.
Fortunately, the field of cybersecurity has developed to enhance network security and information security for both individuals and organizations. Cybersecurity is a growing field of computer science, meaning job security and growth potential for years to come.
There are several different types of cyber threats and cyberattacks: Malware, phishing, and password attacks are all common today.
Malware stands for malicious software, designed by cyberattackers to bypass firewalls and cause damage to a computer, server, or network. Often called a virus, malware can compromise your security because it’s designed to steal, encrypt, or delete your data and make money off you without your knowledge.
Another common cybersecurity threat is phishing, which entails a fraudulent attempt to gain personal information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details. Phishing often comes in the form of email, and can be difficult to identify.
If you’re still deciding whether you want to commit to an introduction to cybersecurity training course, we highly recommend joining the free intro course. In this free course, you’ll learn the basics of the subject and will get a glimpse into the actual hard work that goes into preventing cyberattacks.
The best way to gain cybersecurity training is through a course such as Eleven Fifty’s cybersecurity bootcamp. You’ll learn cybersecurity skills from industry leaders and will get hands-on, real-world experience in the cyber range, getting a sense of what entry-level cybersecurity jobs look like in the tech world. We’ll also help you prepare for the CompTIA Security cybersecurity certification to help you get started in the industry.
Once you graduate, Eleven Fifty’s Career Services team will help connect you to employers to help you get started in a cybersecurity career, whether it’s as a cybersecurity analyst or a specialist in cryptography. Learn more by joining an online cybersecurity bootcamp, offered throughout the year.