Meet the Demand for Cybersecurity Professionals
Companies that are on the receiving end of a cyberattack often spend significant time and effort remedying the situation. In fact, the effects of a cyberattack can linger for months. This is why so many companies are investing heavily in cybersecurity professionals who can protect their data and combat malicious attacks.
Considering the massive amount of damage a cyberattack can inflict on a company, prevention has become the name of the game in the digital age of information. By signing up for a cybersecurity bootcamp, learners can become part of the next generation of professionals defending our digital assets in as little as 24 weeks or 6 months.
Increase in reported cybercrimes in the U.S. since the pandemic started
Source: Packet Labs
The average cost of a data breach in 2020
Source: Ponemon Institute
Projected growth in information security analyst jobs between 2020 and 2030
Cybersecurity Bootcamp | A Brief Snapshot of Our Program
Time to Complete:
Finish the program in as little as 24 weeks or 6 months
High school diploma or GED
Foundational + Intermediate
From Novice to Job Ready in a Matter of Months
StackRoute’s bootcamp is designed to develop students with little to no information technology background into cybersecurity incident analysts, incident responders, and penetration testers. In as little as six months, students become adept at securely managing IT infrastructure, identifying cybersecurity risks, effectively responding to incidents, and communicating and collaborating with stakeholders.
Linux system administration - user groups, file systems, processes, and services
Logical & Physical Networks & Internetworking with TCP/IP
Advanced Linux administration – configuring network services, backup and restore and logging
Implementing information security systems – designing and implementing cryptography
Ensure IT infrastructure assets are securely provisioned
Manage advanced server configurations and virtual IT infrastructure
Scan, monitor, and perform penetration testing to identify threats and vulnerabilities
Troubleshoot and document security incidents
Ethical hacking: detecting an attack, vulnerabilities, sniffing techniques
Work in an Agile team environment
Comply with standard operating procedures and practices to track, report, manage, and analyze incidents
Who Can Attend?
Most students who enroll in this bootcamp do so as part of a career shift into the world of cybersecurity. This program is a quick and effective way to qualify for a cybersecurity incident analyst role or similar position. No prior information technology experience is required to enroll. Students who are motivated and have an interest in the world of cybersecurity tend to do well with the demanding hands-on exercises and assignments. Basic Requirements to enroll in a StackRoute Bootcamp:
Appropriately configured PC with headset and camera
Reliable high-speed internet connection
High school diploma or GED
Fluency in English (verbal and written)
Availability to attend the full duration of the program