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Monday Mix: Breaking into Cybersecurity

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By: Sara Faradji

September 6, 2022

Hi everyone!

Our latest content releases are perfect for anyone new to cybersecurity! Prepare to start an exciting new career path and earn entry-level certifications with this week’s content.

New Courses There’s a place for everyone in the dynamic world of cybersecurity. Now is the time to break in–to enhance an organization’s incident response planning and risk management practices, of course! ;) Take our new entry-level training course to gain introductory cybersecurity knowledge and prepare for ISC²’s brand-new Certified in Cybersecurity exam!

Entry-Level Cybersecurity Training) | Jennifer Barnabee

We are proud to expand our Azure content offerings with our new-and-improved AZ-900 Microsoft Azure Fundamentals certification preparation course! Aligned to the 2022 exam update, this course will introduce you to Azure cloud concepts, architecture, management, and governance. Get SaaS-y as you learn all about cloud service offerings with hands-on labs and engaging demos!

AZ-900 Microsoft Azure Fundamentals (2022) | Alex DiMuzio

__ 🎧 New Podcasts ▶️__

The cybersecurity space may seem entirely technical, but it’s more inclusive of liberal arts specialists than you might imagine. Hear how Tracy Z. Maleeff (aka InfoSecSherpa) pivoted from a library science job into an information security career. Find your niche in the security world with Tracy's tips on breaking into the field (and possibly breaking things along the way)!

Finding the Humanities in Information Security with Tracy Z. Maleeff | The Cybrary Podcast Ep. 92

Have a great week!

P.S. Never miss a release! Find all new courses on Cybrary here.

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