CompTIA Expert Level Cyber Security Bundle with 3 CompTIA Exams

CompTIA Expert Level Cyber Security Bundle with 3 CompTIA Exams

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This course bundle is aimed at both experts working within IT and/or those that have an extensive knowledge of IT technologies, including networking. It includes three expert level, globally recognised CompTIA cyber security certifications: 1. The CompTIA Security+, 2. The CompTIA CySA+ (Cyber Security Analyst), 3. The CompTIA CASP+ (Certified Advanced Security Practitioner).
 
There is no denying that the level of cyber attacks have increased over the last decade. Some have affected small pockets of the world, whereas others have had more of a global impact. As the world becomes more interconnected through computer technology, the opportunity to steal data and disrupt lives has become more prevalent. There has never been a better time to become an IT Security Specialist than now. Demand for specialists continues to grow.
 

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The certification bundle starts off by looking at key security concepts such as threat assessment, threat management, controls, cryptography, and on-going management. From there, the course then becomes highly specialised exploring security architecture and design, encryption, software development security, and telecommunications and network security.
 
Average salaries for experienced cyber security professionals are as follows:
 

  • Senior Cyber Security Analyst: £67,500 p.a.
  • Cyber Security Manager: £80,000 p.a.
  • Cyber Security Incident Manager: £91,000 p.a.

 
Source: ITjobswatch. As at October 2017.
 

An example of the CompTIA Security+ certification you can gain through this course.

 
Upon completion of the course, you will not only exit with a series of globally respected cyber security certifications, but a deeper knowledge of cyber security concepts, practices and tools to better equip you to manage and respond to cyber security issues. You will possess a set of skills you can apply to a vast range of cyber security job roles.
 

Watch this video to learn more about CompTIA certifications.

 
If you’re looking to get ahead of the crowd and don’t have any technical experience, then you might want to consider adding live labs to your course.
 
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What’s included in this certification bundle?
 
This bundle contains five courses in total comprising of three CompTIA certification courses (inclusive of three official CompTIA exams) and two skills based bonus cyber security courses. Click on a title to see a full breakdown of what you’ll be learning in each course.
 
Courses included:



Module 1: Networking Terminology
1.1 Course Introduction
1.2 Network Devices Part 1
1.3 Network Devices Part 2
1.4 Networking Cabling
1.5 Networking Addressing Part 1
1.6 Networking Addressing Part 2
1.7 Networking Addressing Part 3
1.8 Networking Addressing Part 4
 
Module 2: Locking Down Or Network
2.1 Firewalls Part 1
2.2 Firewalls Part 2
2.3 Intrusion Detection Systems
2.4 Network Design
2.5 Securing Devices
 
Module 3: Wireless
3.1 Wireless Basics Part 1
3.2 Wireless Basics Part 2
3.3 Securing Wireless Part 1
3.4 Securing Wireless Part 2
3.5 Configuring Wireless, Bluetooth And Infrared
 
Module 4: Intro To Security Terminology
4.1 Goals Of Information Security
4.2 Authentication And Authorization
4.3 Security Principles And Terminology Part 1
4.4 Security Principles And Terminology Part 2
 
Module 5: Policies And Standards
5.1 Introduction To Security Policies
5.2 Looking At Some Security Policies Part 1
5.3 Looking At Some Security Policies Part 2
5.4 Looking At Some Security Policies Part 3
5.5 Human Resource Policies Part 1
5.6 Human Resource Policies Part 2
5.7 User Education And Awareness Part 1
5.8 User Education And Awareness Part 2
 
Module 6: Physical Security
6.1 Business Location
6.2 Physical Access Controls
6.3 Implementing Environmental Controls
 
Module 7: Risk Analysis
7.1 Introduction Risk Analysis Part 1
7.2 Introduction Risk Analysis Part 2
7.3 Types Of Risk Analysis
7.4 Risk Mitigation Strategies
 
Module 8: Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity And BIA (Business Impact Analysis)
8.1 Business Continuity
8.2 Business Impact Analysis
8.3 Disaster Recovery
8.4 Backup And Restore
 
Module 9: Introduction To Computer Forensics
9.1 Working With Evidence
9.2 Collecting Digital Evidence Part 1
9.3 Collecting Digital Evidence Part 2
9.4 Looking At Incident Response
 
Module 10: Types Of Attacks
 
10.1 Social Engineering
10.2 Network Attacks Part 1
10.3 Network Attacks Part 2
10.4 Password And Application Attacks
 
Module 11: System Security Threats
11.1 Identifying Physical Threats
11.2 Malicious Software Part 1
11.3 Demo
11.4 Malicious Software Part 2
11.5 Threats Against Hardware
 
Module 12: Security Assessments
12.1 Types Of Assessments
12.2 Penetration Testing
 
Module 13: Monitoring And Auditing
13.1 Introduction To Monitoring And Monitoring Tools
13.2 Implementing Logging And Auditing
 
Module 14: Authentication
14.1 Authentication Models
14.2 Authentication Protocols
14.3 Implementing Authentication
 
Module 15: Access Control
15.1 Introducing Access Control
15.2 Access Control Models
15.3 Implementing Access Control Part 1
15.4 Implementing Access Control Part 2
 
Module 16: Mitigating Security Threats
16.1 Operating System Hardening
16.2 System Hardening Procedures
16.3 Application Security
16.4 Server Hardening Best Practices Part 1
16.5 Server Hardening Best Practices Part 2
 
Module 17: Implementing System Security
17.1 Implementing Personal Firewalls And HIDS
17.2 Protecting Against Malware
17.3 Device Security And Data Security Part 1
17.4 Device Security And Data Security Part 2
17.5 Understanding Virtualization And Cloud Computing
 
Module 18: Cryptography
18.1 Introduction To Cryptography
18.2 Symmetric And Asymmetric Encryption
18.3 Understanding Hashing And Encryption Uses
 
Module 19: Public Key Infrastructure
19.1 Intro To PKI
19.2 Managing And Implementing PKI
19.3 Course Conclusion




Module 1: Threat Management
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Given a scenario, apply environmental reconnaissance techniques using appropriate tools and processes – Part 1
1.3 Given a scenario, apply environmental reconnaissance techniques using appropriate tools and processes – Part 2
1.4 Given a scenario, apply environmental reconnaissance techniques using appropriate tools and processes – Part 3
1.5 Given a scenario, apply environmental reconnaissance techniques using appropriate tools and processes – Part 4
1.6 Given a scenario, apply environmental reconnaissance techniques using appropriate tools and processes – Part 5
1.7 Given a scenario, apply environmental reconnaissance techniques using appropriate tools and processes – Part 6
1.8 Given a scenario, apply environmental reconnaissance techniques using appropriate tools and processes – Part 7
1.9 Given a scenario, apply environmental reconnaissance techniques using appropriate tools and processes – Part 8
1.10 Given a scenario, apply environmental reconnaissance techniques using appropriate tools and processes – Part 9
1.11 Given a scenario, analyze the results of a network reconnaissance – Part 1
1.12 Given a scenario, analyze the results of a network reconnaissance – Part 2
1.13 Given a scenario, analyze the results of a network reconnaissance – Part 3
1.14 Given a scenario, analyze the results of a network reconnaissance – Part 4
1.15 Given a scenario, analyze the results of a network reconnaissance – Part 5
1.16 Given a network-based threat, implement or recommend the appropriate response and countermeasure – Part 1
1.17 Given a network-based threat, implement or recommend the appropriate response and countermeasure – Part 2
1.18 Given a network-based threat, implement or recommend the appropriate response and countermeasure – Part 3
1.19 Given a network-based threat, implement or recommend the appropriate response and countermeasure – Part 4
1.20 Explain the purpose of practices used to secure a corporate environment – Part 1
1.21 Explain the purpose of practices used to secure a corporate environment – Part 2
1.22 Explain the purpose of practices used to secure a corporate environment – Part 3
1.23 Explain the purpose of practices used to secure a corporate environment – Part 4
 
Module 2: Vulnerability Management
2.1 Given a scenario, implement an information security vulnerability management process – Part 1
2.2 Given a scenario, implement an information security vulnerability management process – Part 2
2.3 Given a scenario, implement an information security vulnerability management process – Part 3
2.4 Given a scenario, implement an information security vulnerability management process – Part 4
2.5 Given a scenario, implement an information security vulnerability management process – Part 5
2.6 Given a scenario, implement an information security vulnerability management process – Part 6
2.7 Given a scenario, implement an information security vulnerability management process – Part 7
2.8 Given a scenario, analyze the output resulting from a vulnerability scan – Part 1
2.9 Given a scenario, analyze the output resulting from a vulnerability scan – Part 2
2.10 Compare and contrast common vulnerabilities found in the following targets within an organization – Part 1
2.11 Compare and contrast common vulnerabilities found in the following targets within an organization – Part 2
2.12 Compare and contrast common vulnerabilities found in the following targets within an organization – Part 3
 
Module 3: Cyber Incident Response
3.1 Given a scenario, distinguish threat data or behavior to determine the impact of an incident – Part 1
3.2 Given a scenario, distinguish threat data or behavior to determine the impact of an incident – Part 2
3.3 Given a scenario, distinguish threat data or behavior to determine the impact of an incident – Part 3
3.4 Given a scenario, prepare a toolkit and use appropriate forensic tools during an investigation – Part 1
3.5 Given a scenario, prepare a toolkit and use appropriate forensic tools during an investigation – Part 2
3.6 Given a scenario, prepare a toolkit and use appropriate forensic tools during an investigation – Part 3
3.7 Given a scenario, prepare a toolkit and use appropriate forensic tools during an investigation – Part 4
3.8 Given a scenario, prepare a toolkit and use appropriate forensic tools during an investigation – Part 5
3.9 Explain the importance of communications during the incident response process
3.10 Given a scenario, analyze common symptoms to select the best course of action to support incident response – Part 1
3.11 Given a scenario, analyze common symptoms to select the best course of action to support incident response – Part 2
3.12 Given a scenario, analyze common symptoms to select the best course of action to support incident response – Part 3
3.13 Given a scenario, analyze common symptoms to select the best course of action to support incident response – Part 4
3.14 Summarize the incident recovery and post-incident response process – Part 1
3.15 Summarize the incident recovery and post-incident response process – Part 2
3.16 Summarize the incident recovery and post-incident response process – Part 3
3.17 Summarize the incident recovery and post-incident response process – Part 4
 
Module 4: Security Architecture and Tool Sets
4.1 Explain the relationship between frameworks, common policies, controls, and procedures – Part 1
4.2 Explain the relationship between frameworks, common policies, controls, and procedures – Part 2
4.3 Explain the relationship between frameworks, common policies, controls, and procedures – Part 3
4.4 Explain the relationship between frameworks, common policies, controls, and procedures – Part 4
4.5 Given a scenario, use data to recommend remediation of security issues related to identity and access management – Part 1
4.6 Given a scenario, use data to recommend remediation of security issues related to identity and access management – Part 2
4.7 Given a scenario, use data to recommend remediation of security issues related to identity and access management – Part 3
4.8 Given a scenario, use data to recommend remediation of security issues related to identity and access management – Part 4
4.9 Given a scenario, review security architecture and make recommendations to implement compensating controls – Part 1
4.10 Given a scenario, review security architecture and make recommendations to implement compensating controls – Part 2
4.11 Given a scenario, review security architecture and make recommendations to implement compensating controls – Part 3
4.12 Given a scenario, use applications security best practices while participating in the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) – Part 1
4.13 Given a scenario, use applications security best practices while participating in the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) – Part 2
4.14 Overview
4.15 Conclusion




Module 1 – Business Influences and Associated Security Risks
Risk Management
Business Model Strategies
Integrating Diverse Industries
Third Party Information Security and Providers
Internal and External Influences
Impact of De-Perimeterization
 
Module 2 – Risk Mitigation Planning – Strategies and Controls
CIA Triad
Business Classifications
Information Life Cycle and Steak-Holder Input
Implementing Technical Controls
Determine Aggregate CIA Score
Worst Case Scenario Planning
Calculation Tools and Attacker Motivation
Return Of Investment
Total Cost of Ownership and Risk Strategies
Risk Management Process
Identifying Vulnerabilities and Threats
Security Architecture Frameworks
Business Continuity Planning
IT Governance
Security Policies
 
Module 3 – Security-Privacy Policies and Procedures
Policy Development Updates
Developing Processes and Procedures
Legal Compliance
Security Policy Business Documents
Outage Impact and Estimating Downtime Terms
Sensitive Information-Internal Security Policies
Incident Response Process
Forensic Tasks
Employment and Termination Procedures
Network Auditing
 
Module 4 – Incident Response and Recovery Procedures
E-Discovery and Data Retention Policies
Data Recovery-Storage and Backup Schemes
Data Owner and Data Handling
Disposal Terms and Concepts
Data Breach and Data Analysis
Incident Response Guidelines
Incident and Emergency Response
Media-Software and Network Analysis
Order of Volatility
 
Module 5 – Industry Trends
Performing Ongoing Research
Security Practices
Evolution of Technology
Situational Awareness and Vulnerability Assessments
Researching Security Implications
Global Industry Security Response
Threat Actors
Contract Security Requirements
Contract Documents
 
Module 6 – Securing the Enterprise
Benchmarks and Baselines
Prototyping and Testing Multiple Solutions
Cost/Benefit Analysis
Metrics Collection and Trend Data
Security Controls-Reverse Engineering and Deconstructing
Security Solutions Business Needs
Lesson Learned- After Action Report
 
Module 7 – Assessment Tools and Methods
Port Scanners and Vulnerability Scanners
Protocol Analyzer- Network Enumerator-Password Cracker
Fuzzers and HTTP Interceptors
Exploitation Tools
Passive Reconnaissance Tools
Vulnerability Assessments and Malware Sandboxing
Memory Dumping and Penetration Testing
Reconnaissance and Fingerprinting
Code Review
Social Engineering
 
Module 8 – Social Cryptographic Concepts and Techniques
Cryptographic Benefits and Techniques
Hashing Algorithms
Message Authentication Code
Cryptographic Concepts
Transport Encryption Protocol
Symmetric Algorithms
Asymmetric Algorithms
Hybrid Encryption and Digital Signatures
Public Key Infrastructure
Digital Certificate Classes and Cypher Types
Des Modes
Cryptographic Attacks
Strength vs Performance and Cryptographic Implementations
 
Module 9 – Enterprise Storage
Virtual Storage Types and Challenges
Cloud Storage
Data Warehousing
Data Archiving
Storage Area Networks (SANs) and (VSANs)
Network Attached Storage (NAS)
Storage Protocols and Fiber Channel over Ethernet (FCoE)
Storage Network File Systems
Secure Storage Management Techniques
LUN Masking/Mapping and HBA Allocation
Replication and Encryption Methods
 
Module 10 – Network and Security Components-Concepts-Security Architectures
Remote Access Protocols
IPv6 and Transport Encryption
Network Authentication Methods
802.1x and Mesh Networks
Security Devices
Network Devices
Firewalls
Wireless Controllers
Router Security and Port Numbers
Network Security Solutions
Availability Controls-Terms and Techniques
Advanced Router and Switch Configuration
Data Flow Enforcement of Applications and Networks
Network Device Accessibility and Security
 
Module 11 – Security Controls for Hosts
Trusted Operation Systems
Endpoint Security Software and Data Loss Prevention
Host Based Firewalls
Log Monitoring and Host Hardening
Standard Operating Environment and Group Policy Security
Command Shell Restrictions
Configuring and Managing Interface Security
USB-Bluetooth-Firewire Restrictions and Security
Full Disk Encryption
Virtualization Security
Cloud Security Services
Boot Loader Protections
Virtual Host Vulnerabilities
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
Terminal Services
Virtual TPM
 
Module 12 – Application Vulnerabilities and Security Controls
Web Application Security Design
Specific Application Issues
Session Management
Input Validation
Web Vulnerabilities and Input Mitigation Issues
Buffer Overflow and other Application Issues
Application Security Framework
Web Service Security and Secure Coding Standards
Software Development Methods
Monitoring Mechanisms and Client-Server Side Processing
Browser Extensions and Other Web Development Techniques
 
Module 13 – Host-Storage-Network and Application Integration
Securing Data Flows
Standards Concepts
Interoperability Issues
In House Commercial and Customized Applications
Cloud and Virtualization Models
Logical and Physical Deployment Diagrams
Secure Infrastructure Design
Storage Integration Security
Enterprise Application Integration Enablers
 
Module 14 – Authentication and Authorization Technologies
Authentication and Identity Management
Password Types-Management and Policies
Authentication Factors
Biometrics
Dual-Multi Factor and Certificate Authentication
Single Sign On Issues
Access Control Models and Open Authorization
Extensible Access Control Markup Language (XACML)
Service Provisioning Markup Language (SPML)
Attestation and Identity Propagation
Federation and Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML)
OpenID-Shibboleth and WAYF
Advanced Trust Models
 
Module 15 – Business Unit Collaboration
Identifying and Communicating Security Requirements
Security Controls Recommendations
Secure Solutions Collaboration
 
Module 16 – Secure Communication and Collaboration
Web-Video Conferencing-Instant Messaging
Desktop Sharing
Presence Guidelines
Email Messaging Protocol
Telephony-VoIP and Social Media
Cloud Based Collaboration
Remote Access and IPsec
Mobile and Personal Device Management
Over Air Technology Concerns
WLAN Concepts-Terms-Standards
WLAN Security and Attacks
 
Module 17 – Security Across the Technology Life Cycle
End to End Solution Ownership
System Development Life Cycle
Security Implications of Software Development Methodologies
Asset Management
Course End




Module 1: Cyber Security Awareness and Prevention
1.1 Course Introduction
1.2 Where We Are Today
1.3 Areas Of Protection
1.4 The Connection – Part 1
1.5 The Connection – Part 2
1.6 Network Protection
1.7 Browsing Blunders – Part 1
1.8 Browsing Blunders – Part 2
1.9 Settings – Part 1
1.10 Settings – Part 2
1.11 Settings – Part 3
1.12 Settings – Part 4
1.13 Cookies
1.14 Browsing Tips And Tricks
1.15 Email Cant Hurt You Right – Part 1
1.16 Email Cant Hurt You Right – Part 2
1.17 Viruses – Part 1
1.18 Viruses – Part 2
1.19 Viruses – Part 3
1.20 Course Outro
 
Module 2: Managing Mobile Device Security
2.1 Managing Mobile Device Security Part1
2.2 Managing Mobile Device Security Part2
2.3 Secure Access
2.4 Secure Access iPhone Demo
2.5 Secure Access Android Demo
2.6 Protect The Data
2.7 Protect The Data Android Demo
2.8 Protect The Data iPhone Demo
2.9 Manage App Access
2.10 Manage App Access iPhone Demo
2.11 Manage App Access Android Demo
2.12 Stay Up To Date
2.13 Stay Up To Date Android Demo
2.14 Stay Up To Date iPhone Demo
2.15 Use Other Tools To Help
2.16 Prepare For The Worst
2.17 Prepare For The Worst Android Demo
2.18 Prepare For The Worst iPhone Demo
2.19 Best Practices




Module 1: Architecture
1.0 Cloud Security Overview Part 1
1.1 Cloud Security Overview Part 2
1.2 Cloud Diagrams
1.3 Cloud Services
 
Module 2: Governance and Enterprise Risk
2.0 Risk Management
2.1 Corporate Governance
2.2 Enterprise Risk Management
2.3 Risk Management Balance Process | Supply Chain Security
2.4 ERM Incidents | Recommendations Part 1
2.5 ERM Incidents | Recommendations Part 2
2.6 ERM Incidents | Recommendations Part 3
 
Module 3: Legal Issues – Contracts and Electronic
3.0 Cloud Legal Issues Part 1
3.1 Cloud Legal Issues Part 2 – Possession, Contract Consideration
3.2 Cloud Legal Issues Part 3 – Native Production
 
Module 4: Compliance and Audit Management
4.0 Audits
4.1 Compliance & Audit
4.2 Audit Recommendations
4.3 Audit Requirements
 
Module 5: Information Management and Data Security
5.0 Information & Security
5.1 Storage
5.2 Information Governance | Classification
5.3 Data Security
5.4 Data Security Part 2 – Protecting Data Moving
5.5 Client Database Encryption
5.6 PaaS Encryption
 
Module 6: Interoperability and Portability
6.0 Interoperability & Portability
6.1 Interoperability Recommendations
6.2 Portability Recommendations
6.3 Recommendations SaaS
 
Module 7: Traditional Security, Business Continuity, and Disaster Recovery
7.0 Business Conitnuity & Disaster Recovery
7.1 Assessing CSP Security
7.2 Equipment Maintenance
7.3 Recommendations
 
Module 8: Data Center Operations
8.0 Data Center Operations
 
Module 9: Incident Response
9.0 Incident Response
9.1 Testing
9.2 IaaS
9.3 C.E.R. = Containment, Eradication, & Recovery
 
Module 10: Application Security
10.0 Application Security
10.1 Security Testing
10.2 Audit Compliance
10.3 Security Assurance Recommendations
 
Module 11: Encryption and Key Management
11.0 Encryption & Key Management
11.1 Content Aware Encryption
11.2 Storage of Keys
 
Module 12: Identity, Entitlement, and Access Management
12.0 Building Access Control
12.1 Intro to Identity
12.2 Entitlement Process
12.3 Trust with Identity
12.4 Recommendations for Identity Management
 
Module 13: Virtualization
13.0 Virtualization
13.1 Hypervisor & Virtual Machine
13.2 Inter-Virtual Machine Attacks
13.3 Virtual Machine Encryption
13.4 Virtual Machine Recommendations & Requirements
 
Module 14: Security as a Service
14.0 Security as a Service (SaaS)
14.1 Implementing Advantages
14.2 Security Offerings
14.3 Intrusion Detection | Prevention
14.4 Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery
14.5 European CCSK
14.6 Top Security Benefits
14.7 European Legal Based Issues


 
Certification exams included:
 

  1. CompTIA Security+ SY0-501
  2. C​ySA+ CS0-001
  3. CompTIA CASP CAS-002

 
Course access period: 12 months online access
 
Salary and job prospect information
 
We use two excellent third-party resources to allow you to check your earning potential and job prospects before starting this course.
 

 
The first is IT JobsWatch, which allows you to check what employers are paying people on average with specific certifications, such as the ones contained in this bundle. Click here and enter the name of the certification you would like to see salary information on. Remember to check the earning potential for all the certifications in the bundle, especially the more advanced ones as these will offer the highest salary.
 

 
The second is Payscale, which also does the above, but allows you to see what types of job titles are paying more based around the certification you enquire about. Click here and enter the name of the certification you would like to see salary and job title information on. Again, remember to check the earning potential for all the certifications in the bundle, especially the more advanced ones as these will provide information on higher level job roles. Although some higher level roles may require experience, the information will give you an idea of future earning potential and career prospects.
 
What career paths are available to me through this course?
 

  • Cyber Security Engineer
  • Cyber Security Analyst
  • Cyber Security Investigator
  • Cyber Security Architect
  • Cyber Security Incident Manager
  • Cyber Threat Analyst
  • Cyber Threat Consultant
  • IT Security Specialist
  • IT Security Consultant

 
How is each course taught?
 

All courses are online and self-paced, meaning you do it in your own home, in your own time, at your own pace and best of all… any where in the world, providing you have access to a laptop, PC or desktop computer, and an internet connection. Each lesson is pre-recorded allowing you to pause, fast-forward, skip sections, or go back to another lesson if you need to.  The lessons are multi-media based, which means video and audio are used to teach the lessons. Your tutor will PowerPoint slides, illustrations, diagrams and give demonstrations to teach each class.  Most lessons are also interactive, prompting the learner to participate.  This might involve answering on-screen questions, participating in tasks.

 

Learn what the CompTIA Security+ can do for your career.

 
How long will it take me to complete each course?
 

As mentioned above, our courses are self-paced.  Some people finish their course faster than others.  Each certification course is between 12-30 hours. If you choose to only do one of the certification courses from this bundle, then it will take you less time than if you do two or three or all of them.  No matter what though, you will always have 12 months to complete your course.

 
How do I book my exams?
 
When you’re ready to sit your exams, email [email protected] with your request along with the title of the exam you wish to take. We will then send you an email with instructions on how to complete your exam booking. The exams for this course must be sat at your local test center, which we will locate for you.
 
What do I need?
 

All you need is an internet connection and a device, such as a smart phone, tablet, laptop or PC, and an internet connection. To get the most out of the course, we recommend you access it using either a laptop or desktop computer through Google Chrome.

 
Can I do further Cyber Security training after this course?
 
Yes. We offer an extensive range of advanced Cyber Security courses in such areas as digital forensics, vulnerability assessment, security leadership, incident handling, and information systems security management, plus more. Click here to see our full range of courses.
 
Course Features
 
With Hudson’s e-learning system, certification has never been simpler! You can be starting your IT career or taking your current IT skills to the next level in just a few short weeks. Our learning system gives you all of the benefits of a live class at just a fraction of the cost. Courses include:
 
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Expert Instructor-Led Training

We only use the industry’s finest instructors in the IT industry. They have a minimum of 15 years real-world experience and are subject matter experts in their fields. Unlike a live class, you can fast-forward, repeat or rewind all your lectures. This creates a personal learning experience and gives you all the benefit of hands-on training with the flexibility of doing it around your schedule 24/7.

 
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Visual Demonstrations & Multimedia Presentations

Our courseware includes instructor-led demonstrations and visual presentations that allow students to develop their skills based on real world scenarios explained by the instructor. We always focus on real world scenarios and skill-set development.

 
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Quizzes & Exam Simulators

Our custom practice exams prepare you for your exams differently and more effectively than the traditional exam preps on the market. You will have practice quizzes after each module to ensure you are confident on the topic you have completed before proceeding.
 
This will allow you to gauge your effectiveness before moving to the next module in your course. Hudson courses also include practice exams designed to replicate and mirror the environment in the testing center. These exams are on average 100 questions to ensure you are 100% prepared before taking your certification exam.

 
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Social Learning & Networking

Hudson has designed a world class Learning Management System (LMS) This system allows you to interact and collaborate with other students and staff, form study groups, engage in discussions in our [email protected] Forums, rate and “like” different courses and stay up to date with all the latest industry knowledge through our forums, student contributions and announcement features. This LMS is unmatched in the industry and makes learning fun and enjoyable.

 
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Flash Cards & Educational Games

Hudson knows that education is not a one size fits all approach. Students learn in different ways through different tools. That is why we provide Flash Cards and Education Games throughout our courses. This will allow you to train in ways that keep you engaged and focused. Each course will have dozens of Flash Cards so you can sharpen your skill-sets throughout your training as well as educational games designed to make sure your retention level of the materials is extremely high.

 
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Navigation & Controls

Hudson’s self-paced training programs are designed in a modular fashion to allow you the flexibility to work with expert level instruction anytime 24/7. All courses are arranged in defined sections with navigation controls allowing you to control the pace of your training. This allows students to learn at their own pace around their schedule.
 


 
Add experience to your CV with Live Labs

 
If you’re looking to get ahead of the crowd and don’t have any technical experience, then you might want to consider adding live labs to your course. Because many IT jobs take place at the virtual level (i.e. behind a keyboard and mouse), the experience you’ll gain through a live lab is very similar to experience you’ll gain in the workplace. Consequently many employers regard live lab experience as a valued asset on a CV.
 
Live labs are also a great tool for experienced technicians as they allow individuals to put their newly acquired course skills to practice. To find out more about our range of live labs, including costs, and how they can enhance your skills, click here.
 
 
Learn More About Live Practice Labs
 

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