Second class mid level journeyman
The Network and Cyber Security Professional program is designed to develop the technical skills of the students such as computer networking and cybersecurity. In the initial week of the program, subjects about physical security are being delivered. Instructions about fundamental networking technologies are also covered in this program. This course is also crafted to teach the security practitioners how to engage all functional levels within the enterprise to deliver information system security.
After completion of the program, students are expected to acquire sufficient knowledge and expertise in networking and cybersecurity. Graduates of this program become cybersecurity specialists, fully equipped and able to develop and provide security strategies for software systems, networks, data centers, and hardware.
2021 Course Calendar
Learning Path Steps
This course will build on knowledge gained in RHCSA or LFCS. Students will have hands on demo, theory and background of concepts that are part of this certification.
This helps students acquire the necessary hands-on skills for Server+ certification examination. Students develop a deeper understanding of the subject matter and reinforce the practical aspects of the Server+.
This course provides the core knowledge needed to implement and maintain strong security practices that will enable an organization to defend itself against security threats and attacks.
This course equips students with the knowledge and skills needed to prepare for entry-level security specialist careers. This course is a hands-on, career-oriented e-learning solution that emphasizes practical experience. Various types of hands-on labs provide practical experience, including procedural and troubleshooting labs, skills integration challenges, and model building.
This course prepares students for the JNCIA-Junos JN0-103 exam as they start off with networking fundamentals before moving on to Junos specific topics. Students will get to master the Juniper devices to be able to troubleshoot a Juniper devices network.
This course discusses different types of malicious attacks and various methods of responding to them. Students learn how to protect computer networks by using security codes. The course also examines malware, social engineering attacks, operating system holes, web security, privacy and e-mail hacking.