This course is designed for individuals looking to understand the fundamentals of cybersecurity and advance to comprehensive knowledge about protecting information systems. It covers a wide range of topics from understanding threats and vulnerabilities to implementing practical security solutions and managing security protocols in various environments. The course is suitable for aspiring cybersecurity professionals and any individuals interested in safeguarding information.
The course is divided into basic, intermediate, and advanced modules, systematically building participants' knowledge and skills in cybersecurity. It includes theoretical learning, practical application through labs, and real-world problem-solving scenarios.
The foundational understanding of computers and interest in security is expected for participants to engage successfully with the material.
Note: The course concludes with a comprehensive project or preparation for certifications like CompTIA Security+, CEH, etc. Participants will receive a certificate of completion or earn credits towards professional development.
Course Duration12 Weeks
Course StructureHybrid Learning
Recognized CertificationEarn a certification on completion
Flexible SchedulesFlexible study schedules
Training DaysMonday, Wednesday and Friday
The following are required
1. Basic Computer Skills: Understanding of operating systems, networks, and general computer usage. 2. Familiarity with the Internet: Knowledge of how to use the internet, including browsers, and an understanding of basic internet security concepts. 3. Understanding of Basic Security Concepts: Awareness of fundamental security principles, even if only at a conceptual level (e.g., what is a virus, what is malware). 4. Problem-Solving Skills: Ability to think critically and solve problems, as cybersecurity often involves troubleshooting and responding to unexpected situations. 5. Technical Aptitude: Interest and ability to learn technical and security-specific concepts quickly.