ETI Program Overview

How we support the Department of Defense?

The Cyberspace Workforce Management mandate aims to unite the overall cyberspace workforce and set up definite workforce parts like cyberspace impacts, cybersecurity, and cyberspace data innovation-to adjust, oversee and normalize cyberspace work jobs, benchmark capabilities, and preparing prerequisites. The Department of Defense outlined the cybersecurity certification requirements for specific job categories. Most DoD-related organizations are required to comply. All said, we better prepare our students to support the cyber front line!

A+CE

A+CE

Course Description

The course contains today’s core technologies from security to cloud to data management and more which are industry standard for launching IT careers into today’s digital world.

Program Requirements
Delivery
Online
Length
2-4 weeks
VA Approved
GI Bill & VET-TEC
Certification
Security +

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Sept 31, 2020

Objectives
  • Demonstrate baseline security skills for IT support professional.
  • Configure device operating systems, including Windows, Mac, Linux, Chrome OS, Android and iOS and administer client-based as well as cloud-based (SaaS) software ·
  • Troubleshoot and problem solve core service and support challenges while applying best practices for documentation, change management, and scripting.
  • Support basic IT infrastructure and networking · Configure and support PC, mobile and IoT device hardware ·
  • Implement basic data backup and recovery methods and apply data storage and management best practices
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No prerequisites are necessary, but basic knowledge of computer hardware and operating systems is recommended.

Course Content:
  1. Laptop Hardware and Components
  2. Laptop Display Components
  3. Laptop Features
  4. Types of Other Mobile Devices
  5. Accessories and Ports
  6. Network Connectivity and Application Support
  7. Device Synchronization
  1. What Is Networking?
  2. Networking Hardware, Services, and Configuration Concepts
  3. Wireless and Internet Connection Types and Their Features
  4. IoT Devices and the Smart Home
  5. Install and Configure a Basic Home and Small Business Network
  • PC Hardware and Use Cases
  • Cables and Connectors
  • Internal Hardware Components
  • PC Storage
  • Printer and Multi-function Devices
  1. Examining the Case for Virtualization and Cloud Computing
  2. Virtualization in the Real World
  3. Cloud Computing in the Real World

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Network+CE

Network+CE

Course Description

  These courses will help you prepare for exam as they aim to provide a solid understanding of networking concepts, operations, and procedures.

Program Requirements
Delivery
Online
Length
2-4 weeks
VA Approved
GI Bill & VET-TEC
Certification
Security +

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Sept 31, 2020

Objectives
  • Use the OSI model to determine the order protocols interact with each other
  • Examine network configuration on your workstation and clearly understand the different components
  • Identify the most important networking hardware and its purpose in the data network
  • Know the different types of 802.11 wireless networks and where they are used
  • Differentiate cabling types and how fiber optics are categorized for data network use
  • Use the secure mechanism engineers employ to access network hardware
  • Read network documentation
  • Utilize appropriate tools to monitor the state of network devices
  • Maintain a safe environment for networks
  • Troubleshoot and track down network problems
PREREQUISITE:

No prior experience is required, but concepts discussed throughout A+ is an advantage.

Course Content:
  1. Introduction to Networking
  2. The OSI Model
  3. Protocols and Port Numbers
  4. TCP and UDP
  5. Introduction to Binary and Hexadecimal
  6. Introduction to IP Addressing
  7. Subnetting Networks
  8. Introduction to IPv6
  9. Ethernet and Switching
  10. Switching Features
  11. Network Services
  1. Wireless Technologies
  2. Physical Layer Technologies
  3. WAN Technologies
  4. Network Devices and Appliances
  5. Introduction to Virtualized Hardware
  6. Cloud Services
  1. Network Documentation
  2. Disaster Recover and Business Continuity
  3. Network Monitoring
  4. Remote Network Management
  5. Policies and Best Practices
  1. Physical Security Devices
  2. Authentication and Access Controls
  3. Wireless Network Security

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CCNA Security

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CySA+

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GICSP

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GSEC

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CND

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SSCP

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CASP+ CE

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CCNP Security

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CISA

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CISSP

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CGCED

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GCIH

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A day in the life

Cybersecurity professionals are trained to detect and implement quick solutions to cyber threats against the data network of an organization. Their primary responsibility is to assure the security and integrity of the system at any given time. This is most crucial especially now that criminality in cyberspace has morphed into a more vicious and expanding enterprise.

The work of an online security expert is not easy for the hesitant but the rewards are magnificent for achievers who consider the cybersecurity profession as a terrific career path. 

As of 2019, a Cybersecurity Engineer’s annual income ranges from $120,000 to $200,000. An Application Security Engineer’s income is not far having an average between $120,000 to $180,000. Cybersecurity Analysts and Network Security Engineers also enjoy huge salaries at $90,000 to $160,000 and $125,000 to $185,000 respectively. At the top of the list is the Information Security Manager who earns an average of $125,000 to $215,000.